Review: Roots For Bloom's consistently on-point SHAG Edits jams continue with typically steamy results. Ethyene takes the lead with a big swooning string sample and shuffling Buckethead style beats, LK brings up the rear slowly and smoulderingly with a delicious slo-mo cosmic chugger, Georgi Barrel's "Up The Hill" is another big sample groove with more than a whiff of Sneak's "Can't Hide From Your Bud" to it. Finally David Moran closes the show with the sexiest jam of the set; the boogie breaks badness of "Weak". Strong
Daniel Curpen - "Daddy Was A Thug" (Jamie Trench dub edit) - (5:37) 126 BPM
Daniel Curpen - "Daddy Was A Thug" (Jamie Trench remix) - (5:43) 126 BPM
David Moran - "Cut Loose" (feat Albert Vogt) - (6:44) 124 BPM
David Moran & Mark Crumbs - "Tha Bassment" - (7:18) 123 BPM
Review: Roots For Bloom bring in four new faces for the seventh release. We see label boss Jamie Trench deliver an edit and remix of 'Daniel Curpen - Daddy Was A Thug', and David Moran teams up with Albert Vogt for their track 'Cut Loose' and then collabs with Mark Crumbs for 'Tha Bassment'. The A-side sees Jamie bring a rolling dub edit to Daniel's original and then takes things a little darker for the A2 remix. David Moran's Cut Loose shows off the vocal talents of Albert Vogt which grooves along seductively, then Tha Bassment as expected brings things a little harder and more for those after hour spots.