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Boomkat Product Review:
Superb, knife-edge but dreamy UKG and jungle tekno pressure by rising star LCY, furnishing fabric Records’ original production-led series with a real one to check after the label’s passable cuts by big name DJs
‘He Hymns’ more than makes up for fabric’s more uninspiring, by-numbers sessions with a distinctive spin on salient UK rave tropes, rinsed to the bone and imprinted with head-turning vocals and production. The Bristol-based producer ideally characterises that UK light/dark thing from the front with their blend of thizzing vocals and devilish detail to ’Sora’ bringing some much needed menace and dreaminess to the dance, while the whipsmart ‘Believe’ follows with hair-kissing suss, before they really ramp the style and pattern with a flinty echo of Steve Gurley-esque jungle-into-UKG on ‘Bad Blood’, and a killer finishing move of hardcore jungle tekno ballistics in ‘Heartbreaker’ among the best in their field - proper screwface gear for cutting loose like nobody’s watching.