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Boomkat Product Review:
Mr. Mitch and Yamaneko fuse forces for a curious confection of piquant new age themes, post-grime beatdown and modern London soul music in their Yaroze Dream Suite debut for Local Action.
From the front this is some of the most considered, abstract and diverse material in either producer’s arsenal, initially sounding like Anthony Manning writing autumnal folk with Mica Levi, before In The Moonlight introduces Hannah Mack’s girl-next-door soul vocals on thee most bittersweet bleep melody, set off right with a lonely, pealing sax line right out of the roadhouse.
With Awakening they kill the lights to a red-lit glow, stroking radar-evading bass and crushed, swivelling drums that sound distinctly like nobody else right now, whilst Spirit Temple leaves us on a sort of rugged lullaby-cum-kung fu romance tip.
Easily one of the strongest, daring EPs we’ve heard from the grime nexus in 2016.