Orbatak's L Nix follows up his 2011 album BFG with a sophomore set that consummately develops his repertoire, extends his breadth and ultimately reminds us how talented he his. As you'd expect from the album title, there's plenty of scope for gully filth such as the sinewy low end gurgles on "Badman", the ugly warbles on "Bass Ghost" and the alien moans and tears of "187 Dub Street". But the overall message here is one of depth and hidden layers, such as the misty soul and lingering keys of the opener "Murky" and the optimistic pads and vocal sample of "Dead Memories". Bad to the bone; the more you listen, the more you'll find.
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