Boomkat Product Review:
Crafty garage futurism inna Notts style from the Wigflex crew. Shortstuff gives the brittle bounce of 'Regression' on the A-side, building one of his skeletal rhythms fleshed out with 4/4 bass throbs and off kilter dub stabs. However, he's overshadowed by Taylor on the flipside with his 'Squeege' cut. This sounds something like Zomby messing with Four Tet, meshing overstepped bleeps into a warm garage house pattern with flashy posh-tranced synth curves for good measure.