Review: Chris Massey's label outta the UK has been going strong in 2021 with a string of releases that's taken in jams from Elliott Lion and classy Leeds act PBR StreetGang - alongside debuting the sounds Psychederek. Keeping it bouncing is JIGGYJIGGYJIGGY with The Gyration E.P. that introduces a fresh new name to the Sprechen label via four rave-tainted, techy, disco and classic house bangers. With slamming claps, rhodesy keys and deft "Who's Afraid Of Detroit" references killing it in "Hot At The Time", "Kong" keeps it deep yet warm with its bassline and pads - and with trippy vocals to boot - find some straight up soulful and warm house numbers in "I Can't Describe". With some gnarly electro thrown in the mix thanks to "Venezuela", it's an EP super reminiscent of an emerging Azari & III - Hungry For The Power!