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Boomkat Product Review:
Debut disc from Surely Bassy Records; four tracks of tenderised post-Dubstep, Future Garage and electronica. Glentron makes first contact with 'Cast A Light', a frothy swinger with down-pitched soul vox for fans of Submerse or Sepalcure, while Mepham's 'Shack' is a propulsive, nu-rootsy, ambient stepper. We're feeling the warmest vibes from Isaac Martin's Deep Garage groove 'A New Dawn (Oh Baby)' and Ashdown's 'Stems' lands somwhere between older Appleblim or Kode 9 sounds with skittering double time delays and spectral melodica underpinned by glutinous subs.