"Troy's music has always been so unique. The drum work on this remix is nothing but perfect. Big track!"
No messing about here, this is four tracks of mucky, scything filtered disco devastation from Mr Ben Sims for the Swedes. Here's hoping there's a volume two.
The thing I’ve found most amazing about Submerse’s music this week is that he manages to make his percussion sound cluttered even though there’s absolutely nothing to it. His new EP is remarkably lush, still emotionally fragile and very carefully programmed.
Love the backing cooked up by Gwop Sullivan here — murky but crisp, rippling with congos that sound good enough to be touched by the hand of Master Henry Gibson. Tight and fat beat, two-note bassline, tons of space, tons of percussion — grand to hear Grand Daddy I.U back (anyone remember 'Smooth Assassin' from 1990? You should) and spitting with the nonchalant grace and stealth of a true legend. 'P.I.M.P: Paper Is My Priority' is the album that drops soon and if 'Sasquatch Feet' is anything to go by it should be worth checking out.