Taken from their forthcoming album "We Do Bass", Harrogate's 601 come correct with these two blistering slabs of contemporary breakbeat. "Dutty Bass" nags with infectious hook heroics. Ably fronted by the distinctive charms of the agenda-setting Ragga Twins, it's an instant shock-out with big reload potential. "Stars" shows off the duo's more emotional side as Roisin Brophy drapes her stunning vocals over lavish strings and loin-girding arpeggios. Two stunning breakbeat cuts, two reasons to stay locked for the album, 601 are smashing it right now.
Max Sedgley dons his Cadien hat once again. Following up the summer-sizzler "A Million Little Pieces", this very delightful couplet surges us right back to the mid noughties on a pair of contemporary disco roller skates. "Miracles" takes the emphatic chorus of the Jackson Sisters classic and fuses it with the equally distinctive rhymes of MC Duke. Beneath you'll find a lush organic organ and drum groove that's not dissimilar to Max's "Happy" with added Mason-style electro twists on the bass. There's nothing not to like about this! Elsewhere we find Cadien himself taking to the mic, spitting a party rap over a wobbly, squidgy bass. Infectious and nagging, this will command some very silly moves on the floor.