Review: After a brief break, Deekline returns to the well renowned Hot Cakes imprint, this time accompanied by Specimen A for a boisterous four tracker. Right out the gate on the title track 'Run Da Riddim' we are treated to a bag of explosive bass oscillations, later to be coupled with highly energized electro elements. From here 'Lift Me Up' draws a combo of fidget and deep house arrangement themes, whilst 'I Believed' delves down a more breakbeat inspired avenue. The EP then rounds of in style with 'Like This' which is a weighty electronic roller, playing host to MC PSG's skippy vocal presence
Review: Cor blimey, Jungle Cakes aren't messing around with their Welcome To The Jungle series are they? Hot on the heels of Ray Keith comes another stone cold OG; Nicky Blackmarket. Digging deep across the classics and sparking up a whole forest of fresh fires, it's a 40 track, 2 mix, 10 FX tool trove of pure jungle magic curated with the wide-armed style you'd expect from an originator. With classic ranging from well known such as "Incredible" and "Pulp Fiction" to cult such as "Keep It Raw" and "Gangsters" and upfront jams flexing from all the right names (Serum, Aries, Serial Killaz, Drumsound & Bassline Smith), Blackmarket has absolutely smashed this out of the mark.