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Boomkat Product Review:
Head of Atlanta’s Harsh Riddims dispensary, Ryan Parks a.k.a. Fit Of Body takes to Ransom Note with the most substantial showcase of his house and faded pop hybrids, backed with remixes from ATL’s Divine Interface, and European artists; Helter-Skelter and Timothy ‘Heretic’ Clerkin.
Sounding very much like the White Material label gone down the coast, the Healthcare EP mixes the syrupy drawl and slug of southern hip hop with the haziest house themes in five parts, at best in the percolated drums and keening chords of Ridin 2 That Trap or Die, the gritty greaze of Antonio Girl and a real late night gem called All This Time (Since).
Trust Divine Interface to keep it properly ATL with the heat-cracked downstroke of his 56k remix, whereas Helter-Skelter gives the same cut an infectious lick of wavey EBM synths and kinky drum machine trills, and Timothy ‘Heretic’ Clerkin reminds us of long nights at dodgy acid techno raves