Review: Slime Recordings welcomes LA-based producer K!NGS to its label for a debut release of deeper, vocal, garage and two-stepping hybrids. With tracks touching on pop, progressive house and trance motifs made to fit the club, it's tracks like "Gone", "Let You Go" and "Out Of Love" that touch on this most. There's a relaxed chill vibe in garage numbers "Wait For Me", with pitched vocals and lighter atmospheres agreeing on a house mood in "Turn It Up". This second Transgression release does exactly that.
Review: One day, just one, we will stumble across a Slime Recordings release that doesn't knock us for six. This latest offering keeps us on our toes as they invite in Kings for four brand new originals, starting with chilled out chord structures and euphoric vocal production of 'By Your Side'. This is then followed up with some more spicy flavours as the colourful harmonies of 'Feel You' wash into play, followed up by the darker, more gritty sub rolls and breaksy drum patterns of 'How Can I'. We then finish up this wicked project with 'No One', a track strung together by more beautiful harmonic structures and angelic vocal layers, perfect for the after party chill!