It has only taken Lamont two years to climb the ladder of success, a successful run of EP's which have no taken him to the the excellent Keysound, via the large and in charge Computer Integrated Audio. There's two mixes to "Death Slide", the first featuring the vocals of Grim Sickers, and it can only be described as being a leftfield UK hip hop tune; the dub mix strips it all back to lazy, staggering groove with a minimal edge. "In The Field" carries on the grime vibe thanks to Nico Lindsay's cold rhymes, but the beat is even more twisted, driven even further out into space; the Devil mix, as the name suggests, is nothing short of far-out.
Loom is one of those visionary artists who likes to push boundaries and dissolve genres into nothing more than abstract ideas. His productions have landed on majors such as EMI and Universal, but he's landed on Gobstopper, because even he knows that the only true home for his music is in the underground. This five-tracker spans a number of styles and ideas, starting with the bass-heavy sound exploration that is "Universal Love Scene", followed by the kick-heavy bounces of "Fractured Light". "Dyed Black Hair" is a neo grime bullet in all senses of the phrase, "Nylon" is a two-step monster in the same vein as Zombie's output, and "Tracksuit" floats in mid-air with a beatless sway and drops of low-end. Killer.