Dubstep and soul... not the two most common beat bedfellows, but when combined with such salubrious sonic skill, it really does work. Colonel Red's vocal delivery isn't dissimilar to the likes of Amp Fiddler or Jack Splash as he cries out with emotion across each of the three tracks. Each cut comes with its own distinctive style; from Rustie-like stuttering wonkiness ("Spaceface") to more conventional street soul ("Soulridin"). The highlight for us, however, is "Sleeper"... If Alexander O'Neil was born 30 years later, this is where he'd be at!