Taking the iconic string hook from Coolio's "Gangster's Paradise" and adding MC Lyte's man-hungry spitfire lyrics, Hungarian party monster Zenit Incompatible is making some bold, creative moves on his latest release. And it pays off. Elsewhere we find Eminem undergoing two different bass treatments on "Till The Roof Come Off", while "Keep My Light" ends us on a much brighter note with a riveting rub of Diana Ross. Eclectic and expertly executed.
The sixth release from Spanish breaks star Zerostailaz sees him focused squarely on the floor with the slinky grooves of "Cowards", which mixes all manner of funky instrumentation (jazz piano, chanking guitars and some distant horns) with a truly mean and moody bassline. Title tune "Gramola" however runs straight down a nu-funk path thanks to some soft Rhodes and electro-inspired drums, while "Dogstar" is a hyped hybrid of dubstep leads, cosmic textures and upfront 4/4 house beats.