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Boomkat Product Review:
Hyperdub seal Terror Danjah's position at the top of UK Grime with his stone cold solid 'Undeniable' album, featuring guest spots from Mz Bratt, Griminal, D Double E, Bruza, and Lauren Mason. Unlike his 'Gremlinz' LP, or previous 'Hardrive' volumes this feels much more like an artist album proper, rather than a "best of" or a collection of recent riddims. Basically all the fat has been trimmed to reveal 14 heavyweights portraying Terror in his most futuristic form, dispensing with UK Funky - Danjah styles - on 'Breaking Bad', and performing Wiley-style Devil fixes on classic material with 'Sonar (Selassi Mix)', or simply stepping in front of everyone with the uniquely crafty 'Undeniable' feat. Newham Gen's D Double E. It's the closing run of tracks from 'Undeniable' to the climax of 'Story Ending' that prove he's got chops far beyond the average UK urban producer, blending instinctive pop sensibilities with innate underground swagger on the tranced out hardcore pop of 'All I Wanna' with Lauren Mason, and flexing a twinkly future soul side with 'Time To Let Go' possibly belying an awareness of James Blake and the more electronic sound of Mount Kimbie (or maybe it's the other way around?). Either way, this disc shows Mr Danjah to be one of the UK underground's most prized and inspirational assets, which is a fact you really can't ignore. Recommended!