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Boomkat Product Review:
Joy Orbison steps into the Selectors role for Dekmantel, rustling up a mixed bag of vibes covering OG ‘80s street soul, its contemporary antecedents, and all stripes of house, jungle and techno variations between.
Toyin Agbetu’s bubbling, rubbery soul bomb Heartbreaker is a big highlight, whose vibes inform the rest of the set, from Mustafa Ali’s (NAD) early techno ace Strive (Survive Mix) and R Solution’s rugged and rare proto-hardcore tug, Skinny Long Git, thru to Source Direct aka Oblivion’s self-explanatory jungle missive, Lush, forward thru to late ‘90s garage and techno variants such as Stylistic’s People and Artwork’s turn as Santos Rodriguez, a rare Bitstream number, JP Buckle’s Rephlexian duty One For Da Laydeez, and an up-to-the-second brief by Klein.