Boomkat Product Review:
With the widely-acclaimed Ess B EP under his belt already in 2017, Sega Bodega pumps the dance floor inflation of Nivea and the forward tilt of Bacardi for his brethren at Crazylegs.
Nivea wilds out with scribbly synth graffiti over testy drill rhythms and a demented vocal chop-up that will sound f**king mad in the dance when accompanied by strobes and body heat.
Bacardi, on the other hand, ramps the tempo to a sort of halfstep-to-quicktrot licked up with zippy zither and again that exacting, distinctive vocal processing. Think soca for hyper coloured UK club kids.