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Mark Pritchard and Steve White make welcome return with some classy and diverse post bass/ post techno tracks. The upbeat electro of the opening title track hits the spot with intertwining melodies warping around one another with and acid bassline and filtered sweeping 909 claps. 'Do You Wanna Fight' mashes up elements of grime with liquid basslines, horns and future dread vocal. Meanwhile Out In ...

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8/10 Ant Staff review, 05 May 2011

Mark Pritchard and Steve White make welcome return with some classy and diverse post bass/ post techno tracks. The upbeat electro of the opening title track hits the spot with intertwining melodies warping around one another with and acid bassline and filtered sweeping 909 claps. 'Do You Wanna Fight' mashes up elements of grime with liquid basslines, horns and future dread vocal. Meanwhile Out In The Streets adopts a classic Ini Kamoze vocal sample and gives it some hyper syncopated footwork percussion which is a genuine highlight of the set. 'Future Moves' is a disjointed stuttering tune that eventually comes together with elements of early grime and analogue sounds very much recalling Jack Dangers excellent 'Variaciones Espectrales'. 'Our Luv' is a warm loved up ride through neon lights and chrome skyscrapers recalling the highly underrated 'I Love You' by Juan Atkins from 2004. 'Spirit' looks to Africa for rhythmic and spiritual inspiration. 'Foot Step' deploys classic Unique 3 style bleeps over itch drum machine workout. 'Cyclic Sun' is a soulful jazz inspired cut, perhaps a nod to Sun Ra. 'Don't Fight It' On the other hand would slip in nicely with deeper Detroit house tracks. All in all a rich and engrossing collection of tunes which also flow well as an album digested as a whole.


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