Review: Despite their incredibly consistent catalogue, it feels like Roska Kicks & Snares as an imprint has become even more special over the past year or so, with every new release levelling up the labels output. For their next selection, we see them welcome MOTU for a vibrant 8 track selection simply entitle 'Motu Collection', showcasing his quite frankly outstanding skillset, jam-packed with rhythmic gems left right and centre. From the wavy bass manoeuvres of 'Screwball' to the more carnival style drum work of 'Yeah Riddim' and stripped percussive magnificence of 'KCU', MOTU well and truly has UK funky covered. We also wanted to send a nod to the vocal collaborations on this one, as Nico Lindsay returns in fine from on 'Have To Know' alongside Killa P's electric performance on 'Tek Weh' and the mega collaborative flavours of 'Move', featuring PRM Project, DJ Polo, Roska & Blase Vanguard.
Review: After appearances on London's Arma Quadrants, Tumble Audio and Circular Jaw, Arma is up next on Prjkts to deliver his unique take on dance music that sits somewhere between UK funky and US ghetto house. From the deeply emotive "Gone2Soon " to the sombre yet bass heavy assault of "Priddy". It is then over to Lee Nardiello aka Motu of Bristol, with previous releases on Roska Kicks & Snares. His contribution is a fierce remix of "Hyperloopanthem". What was originally a bombastic and rhythm driven attack now gets an equally powerful remix up that gets injected with a much deserved grime aesthetic and serious bounce.