Boomkat Product Review:
K-Lone's newest is hard to fault, turning away from UKG and 160 pressure to lock into a purple groove on 'Squelch', capturing Dipset-era flamboyance on the flip.
K-Lone's an adept shapeshifter, and 'Squelch' might be his best yet. It coolly harks back to another era in the city, when Joker and James Ginzburg bust out the velvet coats on 'Purple City', with an equal nod to Cali synth fetishist Dâm-Funk and his acolytes.
'With Love' is on another tip entirely, using subtle koto sounds and an early '00s rap shuffle to weld together Dipset-era East Coast flavor and contemporous grime developments. Remember when that crossover almost happened way back then? 'With Love' sounds like that alternate timeline. Impressive.