Boomkat Product Review:
Blending footwork, grime and electronica with traditional rhythms, African producer H-Sik is certainly doing something original with the sound. Each track seems to be exploring something different, and the producer’s distance from the epicenters of each scene no doubt allows him to take liberties with the sound others might see as being out of order. It works for him, and ‘Cocody’ is an unusual take on the music – it still hits hard, but there’s a lilt to H-Sik’s production that puts it in a realm of its own. Maybe it’s the woozy neon synthesizer tones or the revelatory rhythmic parts, but ‘Cocody’ seems to have more in common with Machinedrum’s genre-defying ‘Room(s)’ than with any more straightforward dancefloor fillers. Good stuff.