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Boomkat Product Review:
Always a sucker for a set of well-worn puns, the Wee DJ's new album 'Fear And Lothian' is getting a good review based on title alone... The first full-fat album from Andrea Parker's Touchin' Bass imprint, 'Fear And Lothian' is a dark and reedy trip around Scotland's less salubrious sonic highways - with the Wee DJ's serving up a steady brew of noir-electro and semi-abstract beats, that joyfully disorientates the senses like an Irn Bru binge. Opening with the claustrophobic sting of 'Breathe', the Wee DJ's soon open up the horizon through the hip-hop ruminations of '080' and growling peaks of 'Money'. Very much spinning the electro-genre off into pleasingly overcast territory, the likes of 'Wheemyth', 'Shammy' and 'Base' all bless the listener with chinks of sunlight amongst the slate-grey sky - with gravelly beats given a seeing to by all manner of dipping frequencies and rampant bass. Closing with the gnarled disco of 'Comby', the Wee DJ's have blessed Touchin' Bass with a sterling debut LP. Oui!