It's Footsie again, and he's packing an emphatic message with clarity: Grime ain't no 9-5, it's 24/7, and he wouldn't have it any other way. His well-established lyrical flow, distinctive twang and natural hooks in full effect, he's picked a producer of equal might for the beat treatment: Sukh Knight's created an eastern stringed monster with smouldering kicks and a hook that treads the perfect line, it's the ultimate complement to Footsie's vocals AND works perfectly as a razor sharp instrumental. With added acapella vibes, this is nothing short of a full package. Get to work.
You can always count on Trouble & Bass to deliver the goods when it comes to filthy, gnarly dancefloor antics, and here Nevermind drops a two-track monster which jumps and kicks its way from half-step to techno with ease. The aptly named "Heckno" is one of the most creative tunes we've heard from the artist and it really is an amalgamation of all the UK's dance music melting pot, filled with nasty snares, 4/4 kicks and broken beat patterns. "Arrowloop" is even nuttier, though, as Nevermind proceeds to create a sort of ritualistic, 303-laden dance to the Gods. Seriously, check this stuff, it's pretty far out and comes heavily recommended!