Review: Did somebody say newschool UKG? Well, we have it in flavourful abundance here as Drama steps out on the 2Tuf4U imprint for a groovy little hip shaker by the name of 'Let It Go'. This one begins in classic garage form with stripped back drum selections descending into affected vocal shakes pre breakdown. Once we hit the drop we are engulfed in summer flavours as moody chord progressions and organ lines take the lead role, We are also gifted an even funkier 'Tuff Re-Mas' edit, perfect for injecting a bit of life into a dance at any time.
Review: Kid Drama is one of the most highly regarded producers in the game, his style spanning from heavy, rolling cuts to ambient, spacious steppers that are best consumed whilst not sober. His latest release on his very own CNVX imprint is just downright quality from start to finish. The title track features Rhyme Thyme on a blackish roller that moves and sways with unnerving ease, the vocals sitting sparsely on top and each drum hit perfectly placed to cause some serious damage. 'Mirrored Lake' is along the same lines but takes things in a much steppier direction, 'Troublesome' is equally amazing and 'Kid' rounds off the release in style: a pulsating bassline that swerves off into the ether, only to come back once more and bite you. The production ability is clear - Kid Drama is the king.