Boomkat Product Review:
Always a pleasure to have a new Hot Flush thrust our way, a label which succesfully bridges the yawning chasm between the 'broken' beats scene and darker, grimmer low-end pleasures. Eric H's original version perfectly illustrates the maxim that you should always pick up everything on this quality label - a dubbed out riff and vocal delays ride a snorter of a bassline and a rolling shufflefunk drum motif. Building to a massive Climax-esque down moment, the crowd goes wild and the real dubbing kicks in - boss sub frequency assault trade it goodstyle with an extended rhythm frenzy - a producer who clearly knows his onions from his shallots. Dope tune - and that's just the a side. Flip the script and we're blessed with some new Search & Destroy produce - continuing the grime scene's fascination with the magical brazilian berimbau, there's more than a little alchemy involved in this remix. Its all about the reconfigured bassline - imagine something as deep as the topside version - but toughened in every respect imaginable. The dynamics are built around the bass for this deadly weapon from one of most favourite labels of the last year.