Boomkat Product Review:
The festive soul of London-based Henry Wu shines thru in his debut for Peckham's Rhythm Section. Emerging from a background as a virtuoso session player, and with a small handful of sterling solo and collab releases already under his belt for 22a and Alex Nut's Ho Tep, Wu is hailed by Rhythm Section as one of the UK's most hotly-tipped producers and 'Good Morning Peckham' proves so in six parts. Opening with a poignant sample about the interconnectedness of rhythm, he demonstrates a deadly percussive instinct and versatility between the low-key boogie wiggle of 'Dubplate Special' - featuring Tom Driessler on electric bass - and the clipped jazz-stepper, 'Croydon Depot' up top, before tilting to a west London broken beat pivot with 'Neezy (Wok)', and slyding on the greazy lixxx of 'Yellow Brick' to a heat-hazy future boogie in the title track. RIYL Seven Davis Jr., Moodymann, Floating Points.