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Boomkat Product Review:
Wicked morsels of London-style hi-tech funk from Shy One, making class debut moves on Alexander Nut and Floating Points’ Eglo
Now hitting her stride a decade after formative shots with Scratcha’s DVA Music, daughter of UK legend Trevor Nelson, Shy One distills a deep, playful soul in three cuts of jazz-funk taught techno and broken beats.
‘Crumb Trail’ works up a jab-jacking bit of acid house with shades of Kyle Hall’s frayed Detroit style and Cooly G’s sparing soul in skank, while ‘IP Addy’ makes room for a dash of nimble jazz-funk dressed in debonaire chords and wigged out electronics, before ‘A New Way of Looking at an Old Place’ recalls Viola Klein’s brisk funk in the best way.