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Boomkat Product Review:
Very welcome reissue of Juju & Jordash’s debut EP, originally dispensed by Reggie Dokes’ Psychostasia Recordings in 2004
Dovetailing with the label’s early vibes, Amsterdam’s J&J unfurl an eternally charming and admirable spin on Detroit beatdown at its jazziest and loosest, nudged with unmistakeable nods to Dokes, Theo Parrish and KDJ, but with a certain Israeli/Amsterdam suss of their own.
Finding its feet in the deep space jazz strokes, alien synth voices and wickedly stumbling groove of ‘Hush’ starring live sax by Chris Corstens, the J&J magick flows into the properly rude KDJ-style twyst of ‘Husheesh (Acid Dub Mix)’ on the A-side, before Reggie Dokes and Ferrispark’s Scott Ferguson smooth out the kinks as Koomba Project with an effortlessly deep remix on the B-side.