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Boomkat Product Review:
Sophomore album from deetroitzz John Arnold on Ubiquity. Moving on from his 'Neighbourhood Science' album adding more guests and furhter instrumention - highlights are the broken beat meets grime bass of 'Style and Pattern' with Ty. 'Geminade' is very nice cubano broken beat, with some cool choppy socky break twisting fun. 'Rise Up' out buhs tha Bugz, killer broken beat vocal with Paul Randolph on spiritually rich form. 'La Cocina' is what you'd hope for if Mantronik ever got into this shit and pulled it off in fine style, feel the middle section for the proof of what i'm wittering on about plus the rhodes piano riffing is cool as well. 'Suppadope' feels like a mid eighties electric boogie jam, inspiration from Zapp flood's through plus is that Starsky & Hutch riding through. 'Jangal' is a wicked afro electronic funk jam and 'Cabin Fever' is the best new school afrobeat i've heard in a long time. The other cuts are mighty fine as well only the Jeremy Ellis guesting 'Show Your Love' is a miss. Plus on the CD editon you get bonus Mr Scruff and Henrik Schwarz remixes of 'Inside'. If you like your detroit shit with a splash of jazz, funk and broken beat then you came to the right place. Very, very nice!