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Boomkat Product Review:
Hybrid uptempo club constructions from Montreal-based Slick Shoota. A gram of messy rave energy sprinkled into a wrap of footwork, trap and jungle sonics.
We might still be a few months from the function, but Slick Shoota has provided a soundtrack that has us gasping for a large speaker and baggie of whatever. The producer and DJ cut his teeth in Norway running the notorious Ball Em Up night and was inaugurated into the Teklife family back in 2015; now he's based in Montreal and this selection of sci-fi tinged bass exposition is a testament to his persistent globetrotting.
Influences here are easy to place, but are melted into a hybrid sound that's high-tempo but not strictly tied to one framework or another. The relentless thrust of footwork is omnipresent, but garnished with elements snatched from jungle and hardcore, bassline and trap. Standouts are the wobbly 'Delahaze', a cheeky bassline-cum-club stomper that sounds like it was engineered on the cursed space station in "Event Horizon" and 'MTL Hardcore', that accurately reflects the DIY energy of Slick Shoota's adopted home with 12-bit breaks, chopped vocals and rolling rave stabs. Oof.