Review: Freshmoon Records frontlady FreshtillDef brings forth her new EP, "Vocalize". In proper FreshtillDef style, the track selection skates over the notion of genre and offers something new & potent for our ears. "Let Me Go" draws us in with luring, longing tones and a pressing tempo, while "Reckless" rounds things out, serving us colourful melodies dappled with powerful footwork breaks. "Need Me" combines elements of both the oldest and newest schools of dance music. Overall, "Vocalize" is fluid fire. Not only are these tunes here to be heard - they're here to be felt.
Review: With the constantly evolving juke and footwork scenes looking stronger than ever before, we are always excited to see these mega-projects land in the store, with the latest one from Moondoctor taking the name 'Dopamine'. This project really does explore so many different areas of the sound, from the minimalist jungle-ready rolls of 'Addiction' and 'Loop Me', to the more Americanized rapid fire drum shots of '3 Eights' and vocal slaps of 'Dat Boi Raww'. Favourites for this one include the pleasing harmonic whistles of 'Olives' and space age drum shuffles of '4th Of July', which also features FreshtillDef.