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UK Funky/UK Garage
Played by: Smutlee, Kalbata, Monkey Beats, Famous Eno, Tom Central, Ricky Simmonds (DJ Rsi), T.williams, Bert On Beats, Wildlife!, Juno Recommends Breakbeat, Juno Recommends Hip Hop/R&b, Juno Recommends Uk Funky/Garage, Sunday Roast, Shox, Baxter Beez, Lucent
Review: Audibly on more of a funky tip than his deeper excursion for Local Action late last year, this EP on Enchufada sees T Williams using rawer sounds than some of his more stripped back productions. The title track for example positively fizzles with energy thanks to its sawtooth bass playing off against Terri Walker's sweet vocal hook. "Synthia", meanwhile, is infused with jungle breakbeats and manic stabs. "Malfunction" is driven forward with a wily bassline and UKG synth strings, while "30 Degree" plays with a heavy kwaito vibe. The EP ends on something of a curveball, but "Zoop" still impresses hugely thanks to its dub siren lead.
22 Nov 12
Review: If you're searching for that golden nugget of peak time, bash-out hysteria to get 2-step loving kids going wild, then look no further than this latest super sharp shooter from T Williams. From the first instance the swinging drums and vocal snippets kick off, complemented with staccato fills to kick the tune off proper. Bringing a modern spin on the classic UK Garage sound, a chunky chord line is brought in with a tech house leaning, sneaking in as a delicate piano before the meaty synth picks the phrase up and runs with it. There's no secret trick to this track, just the right ingredients dropped with a deft touch for maximum impact.
24 Sep 12
30 Jul 12
UK Funky/UK Garage
Review: T.Williams's first release for Local Action finally gets a digital release! The minimal jack flows freely on the thick "Afric", while the Deep Teknologi boss crafts some banging snares and Hammond organ stabs on the rising UKF blast of "Anthem" and jams on an extended house groove (complete with sinister dubby touches) on "Flooring". If you missed this on vinyl, don't sleep now.