The fourth and final EP taken from Terror Danjah’s ‘Undeniable’ CD opens with the amazing ‘Leave Me
Alone’ featuring Terror’s old vocal spar Bruza. This time it’s different though - instead of his usual cockney
mateyness,Bruza’s reflecting on his bad mood. ‘All I Wanna Do’ is the album’s densest track, featuring East End
singer / songwriter Lauren Mason, who complements Terror’s moody music with a forlorn and angry vocal about a break-up, Terror editing her lines into strange rhythmic shapes which rub against the subtle trap-doors and fills of
his accompaniment. ‘Time To Let Go’ is light and breezy in comparison. With light Rhodes keys and a vocal from
Terror himself , this is a house track in disguise, as the constant shifting patterns of the drums work against the
flow of the melodic elements to produce something that is simultaneously recognisable as a both genre track and
a Terror Danjah trademark tune. Number Four in a series of four limited-edition EPs bringing ‘Undeniable’ to life on
vinyl. Limited pressing on phat wax.
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