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Boomkat Product Review:
Debut album from Treva Whateva following a 5 year gestation period, wherein the Ninja Tune ladddio chucks ten pints of beats and a whole crate of samples at the wall, then waits to see what drips... With an opening gambit that follows the 'hip-hoppery 'n' samples' schematic to the letter ('Welcome'), Treva warms up considerably with the head nodding colossus of 'Bouncing Bomb', where chunky-knit beats and NOW organs rut like a walrus. Evidently keen to keep the pace up, 'Driving Reign' is a mirror-ball of proto disco that masks its Spiller steal with a flashing husk of slap bass and off-kilter synths, whilst 'Dedicated VIP' will have you convinced it's 1991 again as all manner of jungle/ragga knuckle-popping bounces about with intent. Considering the genre merry-go-round Treva is on, he doesn't put his foot woefully wrong very often (although 'Singalong' strays far too close to Moby), with 'Carpe Diem' appropriating Shadow Djing a Northern Soul night, 'Dustbowl' plundering the raucous horns and block-party beats pantry, whilst 'Dangerous Disco' cranks up the Hollywood strings (think Deadly Avenger x3) resulting in the kind of track Vodka adverts kill for.