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Boomkat Product Review:
Henry Wu and K15 perform a sort of jazz vibe acupuncture with the impeccable Peckham soul pressure and relief of WU15 on Floating Points and Alex Nut’s Eglo Records.
Each cut is flawlessly raw yet debonaire, playing it oh-so-loose but tight with the dupled bounce and shimmering keyboard skills of Love’s Gambit bringing jazz-fusion in line with footwork and hip hop - like a UK answer to Theo’s Footwork - whilst their Space and Time spirals off into a smoky, bleeping middle distance.
As its title suggest, The Anthem is the EPs biggest dancefloor cut, playing it down with wobbly Moog and Rhodes until the groove cyan take it no more and the house kicks in, but it’s got some fine competition on the ‘floor in the nimbly sweet but rude bruk ride Shahada.
Support from Jon K, Inkswel, Kyel Hall, Benji B…