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Boomkat Product Review:
Piquant mutations of grime, R&B, footwork and all things sweet ’n road from Banshee, marking up his solo debut proper after a self-released 12” and guest spot on Zomby’s ‘Ultra’ album in 2016
Revolving some of the freshest gear from the UK in years, the ‘Thought Bubbles’ EP comes with a wickedly freehand approach to meter, space and pitch that’s bound to cause some confused 33 or 45 toggling. It’s actually cut at 33rpm, but the way he uses footwork and R&G tropes is just brilliantly beguiling and readied to play over and again.
On the front he starts up like a vintage DJ Nate cut with the melting percolations and R&B dream sequence pads of ’Thought Bubble 1’, before settling into a Dancehall/reggaeton-compatible swang with the deliciously deferred, hair-kissing gratification of ‘Ecstasy Baby’ and its darkside denouement. Backside, the floating structure of ‘Heart Container’ conjures aching weightless sensations with the slightest brushstrokes, and ‘Thought Bubble 2’ boosts back into footwork with tilted dreams and ohrwurming R&B samples that will stick long after the record has stopped turning.