Boomkat Product Review:
The latest addition to Hot Flush's swelling roster follows up his techy mix of Toasty with a plate of brand new gear. I guess this is what we could call the later artcore movement of Dubstep, centred around the rebranded Hot Flush, Hemlock, and Hessle Audio imprints, with shades of old style Peshay and Danny Breaks bringing more complex arrangements and jazzy touches to an upswinging and 2-step informed style of dubstep which has shed any real connection with the rawer and more vibrant Grime and Dubstep that preceded it. Martyn would also be a major touchstone for this release, from the jazz licked infiltrations and interlocking garage groove of 'Sweat' to the smooth rolling subs and spacious dub tech arrangements of 'Dante' on the flip this is definitely one for conoisseurs of Pangaea, Martyn, Appleblim and the rest of that crew. Big twelve!