Boomkat Product Review:
The Berlin freak gets loose and fruity with a single edit of Comic, the lead track from his 4th album of the same name, backed with two exclusive, low slung burners.
Comic appears to make Bullion’s sea shanty funk a viable thing with playful riffs and sloshing skank that sound more appropriate to a ‘70s BBC kid’s TV show than dancefloor in 2017, yet it works, somehow.
Always Du takes that frothy vibe farther into the fairground for a sugary boogie behind the dodgems, overseen by Jools Holland, leaving us in the cascading cartoonish chaos of Where Was I? wondering if that guy in the queue for the teacups had slipped us a Mickey Finn.