Boomkat Product Review:
Serious Skweee heat from Beatbully, setting off his debut LP on Dødpop. This is easily one of the heaviest Skweee records we've ever clapped lugs upon, refining the sound to a diamante-sharp refraction of R&B 8-Bit electronics and a killer digidub flavour. In accordance with the Skweee manifesto, he uses the most sparing amounts of synth and drum machine for maximum returns. Highlights have to be the diet Junior Boys-alike 'Expecting Company' featuring Slow Hand Motem, the hook laden 'RnBully', the Scando-pop-melodic '8-bits drøm', or the Hype Williams-esque 'Buddah nr.2', but everyone's going to have their own favourite here, it's that kinda album. If you just thought Skweee was a little bit daft, check this and you might be pleasantly surprised. Recommended!