Review: Barely a few months have passed since his "Ecosystems" EP and Italian breaksmith Kingsley finds himself on Foxy Jangle once again. It's a swift double hit this time as he lays down two more jazzy fire-ups. "Astral Pulse" takes us deep down the rabbit hole before wafting us back up slowly with subtle sax tones, shimmering keys and ghostly reverse vocals. "Capricorn" plays a darker game of contrasts as the beats and pads hit with grit and the mentasms are pure paranoia but the subtle vocal effect in the background counters everything in the most alluring way. Justified and Jangled.
Review: Premiership stinker merchant Sully returns to camp Rua for a cheeky amen sesh on their Foxy Jangle imprint. "Soundboy Don't Push Your Luck" is a system killer with overwhelmingly savage choppage that rifles up and down the pitch spectrum like you're being massage by a cement mixer. "38ft High & Rising" flips the vibe for more of a classic Sully soul-out, all shiny guitars and positive vibes but still fully charged with an epic and precision detailed drum arrangement. No one is doing it quite like Sully right now.