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Boomkat Product Review:
Colourfully skewed 2nd album of '80s-inspired 'floor workouts from Brighton-based Scotsman, Lockah. Much like his kindred folk, Hud Mo and Rustie, this guy has a serious thing for late '80s electronic funk modes. But, where the aformentioned prefer stadium-sized production, Lockah gets off on a less polished, porous style cultivating charm in favour of bombast. That said, they're hardly lo-fi, and still jab and flash in all the right places, with highlights in the uplifting electro ebullience of 'Lawrence's Weird Joint', with the Latin freestyle flair of 'You'll Suckers Don't Even Cut Corn', and polychromatic curdle of 'Push off my Wire (Bliss)'.