Boomkat Product Review:
Three outstanding, abstract deep house cuts from the man. We're truly spoilt for choice here. Uptown he comes with the writhing, jazzwise 'Dance Of The Medusa', nudging his drums and bass to the edge of distortion while Sun Ra-esque synth chords, jagged keys and sax spumes tumble in astrospace beside the dusty Afro-futurism of 'Bubbles' with its scratchy, Jamal Moss-like hi-hats and bleeps purled to glutinous bass strafes in the knottiest, hypnotic phunk. But if we're picking favourites it's gotta be the incredible downtown joint 'Ambalamps'; eight minutes of super-heavy, bumping sub pressure and kaotic, woozy organ harmonics that simultaneously beats the abstract house kids at their own game, and makes the by-numbers deep house cats seem positively square by contrast. Highly recommended to those that know!