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Boomkat Product Review:
Tight London bass ‘nuum pressure from J-Shadow, debuting on Keysound with his most substantial incursion on weightless, UKG and jungle zones
The eight trax of ‘Final Departure’ weigh up to J-Shadow’s most substantial session after mostly 12” release with the likes of Nous Disques, Warehouse Rave, and Sneaker Social Club over the past half decade. Collected, they present a zoomed out perspective on his sound, encompassing proper narrative pieces, such as the gyring sound design of its titular opening gambit, and the ruptured negative grime space of his epic ‘Altered Memoirs’, beside 8-bar pugilism in ‘Parallel Worlds’ and weightless breakcore zaps shot from the hip in ‘Chronic (The Ascent)’, whilst ’NXT1:RLDD’ buckles sublow grime structures, and ‘Vital Essence’ probes offworld Logosian grime plateaus.