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Boomkat Product Review:
First spotted on a cool white label for Awkward Movements, NKC drops a bulky load of Grime-laced Funky on Forefront Recordings. The label's last release, Slackk's 'Synthetics' is hands-down one of the releases of 2011, and to be fair, this one isn't so far behind. With a similarly potent brew of kinetic Grime agility and rolling Funky suss, NKC dips from the relatively nice and breezy House jaunt of 'Partisan Efforts', to more slammin' snares and distorted kicks fused with hypnotic bleeps for the title track, while 'Sellout' is a properly muscular road rager, swinging low and burly for the tribalists, before 'Untitled' builds a swirling, swaggering groove from hard-edged drums and tripped-out synths. A super solid TIP!