Neon High’ is a futuristic take on hip-hop and club sounds. It focuses on the half/double time tempos around 80/160BPM and 70/140BPM flipping from hip-hop swagger to dancefloor bounce. It’s a blend of ‘up to no good’ beats, 808s, global melodies and gangsta leads and, as you would expect from someone who has just produced 2 x DMC world champion DJ Kentaro’s forthcoming album for Ninja Tune, the EP is sonically exceptional. XLII (pronounced slee) is a respected figure on Tokyo’s electronic underground. and this is his first extended player outside Japan. XLII (Pronounced slee). The package includes a tough grimey remix from Philly’s Starkey and some slowfast footwork flux ex Various Productions main man and Ghost Poet engineer EAN
Music for making laps round your favourite spot. Music to drive to. If you haven’t gotten in on D&G yet your plain sleeping. Local Van city talent, D-Roc and Gavin Johnson, meet for a fluid rhyme flow on all four tracks that will take you seamlessly to your from spot to spot. Music to drive to.