The exciting sounds of new label "BodyisDouble" debut their first release on the imprint and bring in the production prowess of "Body Double" for a very interesting set of niche originals. We begin our journey into the unknown with the title track 'TDK', which uses a unique set of vocal delays layered over sharp breakbeat drums to cause an instant ruckus. This is followed by the futuristic UKG flavours of the more experimental 'Infinite Hookups', before we switch to lo-fi mode on the darker sub rolls and chilling textures of 'Run'. As a project this one has a lot of originality to offer, across a wide genre range, making it a must listen for any dance music fanatic.
For this one, we welcome back the super expressive electro stylings of Washington's Fort Knoxx for a wavy new single, this time moving in alongside Vancouver based New Zealander: K+Lab. Both parties get to work setting down some funk driven flavours as 'Jinglin' Janglin' takes shape, lead by Baby Bam's catchy vocal hooks and enticing guitar riffs, surrounded in a sea of colourful harmonies and subtle bass pressure. This release also comes complete with an official instrumental version, so there is fun for all the family.