Boomkat Product Review:
Timely 2nd album from DJ Qu, keeper of the deepest Afro-Cuban spirits in US house music, with nine tracks of inimitably slinkily and involving dance music.
Voodoo vibes in full effect here, setting a deliciously mystic tone with Charlotte Carter-Allen’s seductive caramelo croon and the serpentine hustle of Lotus, to run down a further eight instrumental body moves between the woozy shuffler, Feed Off Of and the nasty, ear-worming acid tribalism, Conjure.
In between he perfectly tempers the energy levels between poignant sci-fi ambience with Candlelit and lip-bitingly potent jack in Whistle Song, before dropping a shoulder for the half-tempo hip hop of Supafly, and flinging us thru a black hole to the cavernous tribal dub of Visitation, with his achingly tight shuffle in deadly effect on the super sub-heavy Toc.
Definitely one for those that know; the dancers, the DJs.