Imagine a Swindle record slowed right down. Throw in a dash of Flume cartoonishness. Then a little Danny Scrilla leftsidedness. Bake overnight and you're on the right track... "No Where" is a real dream stomper of a track with big woozy feels. "Digital Love" ups the G-funk factor with lavish pianos and sassy synths while "Love Sick" is a straight up 22nd century instrumental hip-hop... Stash it for your future robot children to chill to.
OG slimer Silkie takes us out on the town and drinks us under the table. "Drunken Master" chugs a lug with its oddball bass ruffles and creepy arpeggio layers building and building, "Why Not" is the quintessential brandy chaser, easing you in smoothly with his signature funk before warming your chest with darker bass tones. Brought together with Silkie's trademark talkbox finesse, the only woozy after effects will be a love hangover. Blessy.
Celebrating four years - and biting into the new year in the process - Asbo's soulful little brother Anti Social take stock over the past and brings it all together with scope and surging soul. Repping the full circle and full family of artists, the album flexes from the deep dream synth breathing of Basic Forces to the heavier, party-shredding styles Skinley via the lean, steppy punctuation of DJ Westy and the bare moods of Mr Explicit and beyond. Highlights include, but are not limited to, Expicit's thuggish droning lash-out "Destruct", Venom's junglised shock-out "Saw" and Westy's orchestra murker "Eclipse". An generous collection considering how proudly anti-social these cats are... Here's to another four years.
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