Review: Two silverback slammers from the man like Jimmy Mofo on Ed Solo's burgeoning slammage stable Gorilla Warfare. If you've so much as spotted a Beat Assassins record from afar on a jungle safari you'll know how heavy these cuts are likely to be. "Bomba" cuts through the mix with a chainsaw reese that mutates into a cool trippy groan midway. Elsewhere the heads down bass grit and subtle orchestral elements of "Cockney Boys" are your quintessential 'knees up mother brown'. Except it's not knees it's gunfingers and it's not mother browns, it's mothercrushers. Assassination never felt so good.
Review: Deekline and Specimen A make another high profile collaborative appearance on this brand new single entitled "All The Way Up". The pair rework the classic Fat Joe & Remy Ma instrumental sample into a piece of jump up genius, complete with vicious bass synthesis and punchy drum patterns. We are also blessed with a superb Ed Solo redesign which strips the entire arrangement back for a skanky shellout, complete with super syncopated rhythms and lethal reese bass leads.
Review: Chest thumping badness from the man like Ed Solo on his and Deekline's fast rising heavyweight D&B imprint Gorilla Warfare. "Min Wob" is all about the infectious riff where a clipped mid range one note glitch goes toe to toe against a lavish groaning sheet metal bassline while "Super Subs" lives up to its name to the very last detail with some exceptional bottom end work, blissful rave pads on the breakdown and a rolling sense of foundation funk that fellow OG Zinc used to be known for. Super and indeed sharp.