"Producers that've come out of leftfield and planted themselves firmly on my radar with this tune."
"Need I say more?"
Peeking up over the precipice waving a gem of a record in their hands after a period of radio silence seems to be the preferred method of operation for Ramp Recordings of late. But in Kinlaw they’ve enlisted a producer who proves over the five tracks that he’s prepared to do weird properly. Titan strong basslines dominate brittle percussion and field recordings that sound like they’ve been fed through a dial-up modem and slowed down x48.
Here's a firing junglistic bassbin assault from the mighty King Yoof, featuring the legendary Ragga Twins vibing up the place like there's no tomorrow. The London-based producer drops heavily-delayed keys, blistering sampled breakbeats and dubby low-end for a booming soundsystem vibe that's guaranteed to get 'em throwing shapes in the dancehall. Sub Slayers has been a little quiet of late, but this is a hugely welcome return to the fray.