Everybody do the robot! Cellardore is back on Slime, he's packing a shiny new 808 and he's not afraid to use it. Building on the momentum of his "303" EP, once again he's spoilt us for broken beat choice. "Eleven" is an angular homage to various essential 80s amino acids while both "Nothing Changed" and "Revolutionize" take even deeper down the classic electro rabbit hole. "You Love" closes the EP in fitting dramatic fashion as a cavernous Left/Right dynamic booms across the spacious swinging breaks. Just in time for festival damaging.
Washington DC's resident anthem-mongers, Fort Knox Five, made a big impact with their Pressurize The Cabin LP which they heavily promoted for a few years. Then, last year they unveiled new material - the explosive Don't Go - and now they continue this momentum of freshness with another new cut, "Give It A Minute". Having been big fans of Boston MC, Bcap, they guys recently got him into their studio and the results are awesome. Super fresh party breaks duel with wah-wah guitars and future funk bass ensuring that this party continues to rock.