Boomkat Product Review:
Skam deliver scorching, hyperactive pop cut-ups on Meatbingo's debut. Hailing from sunny Blackpool (same as VHS Head, but we can't confirm or deny any connection), Meatbingo specialises in a brand of fibrillating, strobing mecha-boogie that sounds like Trevor Horn locked in an edit battle with The Latin Rascals and Rustie. It's the kind of gear that Dance Dance Revolution could employ for a super-advanced, nexx level add-on. But far from being an exercise in user-unfriendly avant-dance, it's supremely, deliriously funky sh*t, as mental as a mooch thru Blackpool's famous neon gaming parlours listening to the '80s power hour on local radio while hopped up on whizz-sprinkled chips and super-strength panda pop. Good shit.