Boomkat Product Review:
Local Action step out with four rollers from this hotly-tipped New Yorker. As the label's second release, following the T. Williams 12", it opens their remit to fold in darker strains of garage, tipping to El-B and Burial with an accomplished sleight of hand also indebted to Dilla. Lead track 'Killer' is the one, launching dread droning subs to scout the terrain while thumb cymbals and vintage woodblocks dance out skeletal syncopation in the upper echelons. You may think you've heard all that before, but it's deeply intoxicating stuff, trust! Over on the flip 'Fervor' surfs a more epic vibe with widescreen keys while the rhythm switches to a gangster swinging 4/4 and the skipping 'Downfall' nails that 5am feeling, all shiny wide pupils and glowing vocal glossolalia. Anyone into Burial, Falty DL or VVV, your time!