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17 Apr 12
Review: Expect fun and frolics by the bucket load in this six-track EP from Jamaican dancehall outfit The Party Squad. Kicking off the EP with "Go Down Low", it's all pitched up, chopped up chipmunk lyrics and Major Lazer style swinging beats. "Badman" sees the introduction of Alvaro with catchy vocal hook, chirpy synths and bleepy melodies a-plenty, whilst "Gunshot" injects a dose of humour with chopped up, distorted vocal and insistent, pattering beats. "Lighterman" pairs ominous bass with lush, reggae vocals and ups the energy with massive builds and powerful bass thuggery. "Pullup 2012 (with Punish)" is classic carnival material, whilst "Soundboi Ya Dead" ends the EP on a triumphant note.
10 May 10
Review: Two Dutch stars who are putting Holland firmly on the map and blazing trends around the word unite on this banger, a follow up to their 2008 hook-up "Drop Down". Since then The Partystarters provided the very last Hollertronix release for Mad Decent, while Afrojack had more than a hand in creating Major Lazer's massive smash "Pon De Floor". Here on this punningly-titled release, all the elements of their styles come together perfectly - the gliding and pitch-shifted vocals, the Baltimore breaks, the huge sparse drum hits - it's a party from start to end. Expect this to become huge over the next few weeks.
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