Boomkat Product Review:
The centre for all matters Wighnomy Brothers come forth with another very strong four track dedicated to all the disco freaks. “1996” opens with spliced vocal, lambent melody and an immediate agenda for the floor. After a sizeable wind-up, the tune explodes out of the blocks with a wicked mordant bassline and tom drops – kind of a bubble and a sting. The bite lies in the tail of course, the third section of this dancefloor nu-epic becomes a veritable jacking zone. “Lovu” runs like a more malevolent brother to the a-side, emptier darker and to certain well-tuned ears even better. “Doppelganger” persists with the darker them for the flip, remaining obsessed with an essentially one note jam rhythm, leaving it all to the neat percussive activity to carry the day.