Review: The team at Innamind have been on point with their release selection throughout the entirety of a very packed out 2019, with this latest collection from Bengal Sound very much following that pattern of excellence. We kick off with the super spooky sampled harmonics and smooth, airy drum processing of the title track 'Young Skeleton', an instant classic in our eyes. On the flip side we dive down a more mystic road as the charming chimes and eerie atmospherics of 'Coroners' provide some top notch variety.
Review: 2017 has been an incredible year for Zha's White Peach imprint, with a plethora of high profile releases hitting stores at regular intervals. The latest in this impeccable line comes from Bristol's own; Bengal Sound. The title track is a work of art, with heavily swung mysterious eastern sounding samples and rolling hi hats taking the lead. We move quickly from that to dubstep fueled artillery with '2 Worlds' which focusses on tremendously heavy sub frequencies and unpredictably skippy drum arrangements. The EP continues with the dubstep theme as we move onto the B-side with 'Silence Soundboy'. This one is pleasingly reminiscent of early DMZ releases, bringing the combination of subs and space out to play. Finally we wrap up with the haunting dub-infused arrangement of 'Pablo'. This one is ghastly, with plenty of percussive and melodic vibrancy lurking just below the swampy surface. This one is definitely another winner from the seemingly unstoppable White Peach brand!