Ingenuity continues to reach higher ground with his debut on Dub Damage. Two floor-focused jump-jams, "Higher" is all about the subtle jazzy harmonics, sultry vocal and knee-knocking bouncy bass. Listen closely and you'll hear an array of cheeky references with MC snippets and speed garage FX. Nicely done. Looking for more of a flattening fiasco? Jump straight on "Blackout" and watch your entire floor turn into a river dance. Mental.
Last spotted giving us shiners on G13, Ingenuity makes his debut on Profound with two boneshaking grizzlers. "Drop Kick" lives up to its name with a groaning wobbled-out bassline melting over the robust kick drums. One kick and you're down. "Rex" is equally monstrous with its multi-textured basslines weaving and bobbing between each other while theatrical horns lead the charge. Total knock out material.
Gully genius: Ingenuity returns to G13 with five stinkers of the highest grade order. "On The Bench" barks, bites and barks some more with some devilishly trippy textures and motifs, "Hello" ingratiates itself with a much wobblier, swaggering funk while "You've Been Low" hits with a Supreme Being-style 70-a-day throaty rasp. Deeper into the package we sniff to find a swamp of grizzly bassline bears on "Ommatophobe" before getting all sleazy and sweaty to "Red Light". Naughty.
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