The ever reliable sub frequency merchant Peo De Pitte follows up his previous release on Elite Force's U&A label "Who Do You Love" with this new-meets-old school romp that flies out of the speaker with the grunting grace. With a bumpy, bass-fuelled riff and a heavenly synth-soaked drop, it's two parts Dirtybird silliness and one part Meat Beat Manifesto retro flavour... And a billion parts guaranteed chaos causer.
From a label that specialises in thrillingly blurring the lines between breaks and electro, U&A's fourth collection is a true standout. Peo De Pitte's "Grey Tape" has a wicked line in sub-punishing bass anchored to a smart set of beats, while Hedflux's mix of Elite Force's "No Turning Back" is a straight-line builder of the highest order. Dylan Rhymes sets a match underneath Loops of Fury's "SOAP" while Rektchordz uses breaks sounds in club-pumping patterns on "Speaker Bump".