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Boomkat Product Review:
The UK's foremost Footwork/Bass fiend synthesises a taut fusion of Juke, Jungle and Bristol bassbin styles on his 2nd album. Whilst tempos regularly push the 160bpm bracket in a nod to Teklife's Rashad and Spinn, Addison Groove links with local talents DJ Die, Josefina, and Sam Binga to acknowledge more influence from his home city than the Windy City. It's a swift moving but cooled-out session, working that forward tension between itchy syncopation and half-stepping swagger across 14 tracks oscillating between Junglist rush, rolling techno ('Space Apples'), 'ardcore acid ('Malus') and Jeep-rocking boom. The vocal collaborations with Josefina - a mutual friend of his and Appleblim's - are sparkling examples of a UK underground pop sensibility beginning to percolate thru AG's music, landing port-side of Katy B with the clear southern inflection and urbane moodiness of 'Abandon' and the late night scene stealers 'Just You' and 'One Fall'. But if you ask us, the best cuts have to be his Tech Itch-winking Jungle-Footwork slayer '167 Blast' feat. DJ Die, and the already-established killahs, 'Rzor' and '11th' produced with Sam Binga.