Sheffield's Bad Taste present the debut release from Tony Quattro, showcasing his slick combination of sounds. The title track is a slick piece of dark, tribal UKF soaked house, with rapid drum fills and jets of percolating synth, while "Doubt" takes a killer vocal hook and just the right amount of melody to lift it out of the darkness. "Jack's Back" is like a Roska production by way of "Sicko Cell", with laser synths cutting through monstrously detuned vocals, while "Back Swipe" is like classic Baltimore club with a contemporary UK twist. Massive remix support is offered from the Bad Taste crew; Squarehead layers bright FM keys over "Out On The Floor" and adds some slick rhythmic prowess, while Doctor Jeep turns it into a slice of throwback bassline UKG. Lean Low beef up "Back Swipe" with their own club ready signature, but our pick is Walter Ego's stripped back take on "Jack's Back".