Review: Tyke's Holographic Audio sparks up a big fat 2017 with a hefty seven-piece from the currently unfailing Damage Report. Every release of his last year was a blinder and we're looking just as destructive this year... The high harmonics and jazzy breakdown on "The Jitters", the crisp minimal funk and loose triplet swagger of "Back Ark", the cosmic twangs of "Backspace", the sandpaper volcano that is "From Earth", the wideboy wobbling sub and lolloping drums of "Not Right"... Each track hits with its own distinctive yet consistently heavy charm and character. Always underplayed and rough around the edges, these are the perfect antidote to the over-produced, digital-finessed D&B du jour.
Review: Man like Tyke on Holographic Audio with a deadly one-track wounder. Will wonders ever cease? Not before these gloriously gully 3 minutes and 41 seconds are up that's for sure. Squelchy, warm, hooky, fun and a little deeper than some of Tyke's savage signature, this is much more than a mere flicker, it's full on arson. More please!