Boomkat Product Review:
Great stuff from the new urban guerrillas. Hot Flush has been in there from the start, shoulder to shoulder with the likes of Soulja, Bingo and all the related big apple centred labels - Slaughter Mob have risen up with righteous ire, bass wreckage and a reduced tempo swagger which simply shows they know how to run things inna dancehall situation. 'L'amour' has become an anthem justifiably this year, forwards the ridim men and the philip bailey style earth wind and fires atop keep things sweet for the ladies. 'Guts ' n ' bones' may scare you, this is the new face of dub - malevolent atmospheres, used to testing the speakers at Plastic People, these folks understand a low-end of which many acts can only dream. Huge, jaggy square - bass threatens to fall on you with all due ferocity, so much more powerful for the body tempo dubwise vibrations. An exterminator - handle with care, do not miss!