Robsoul veteran Chris Carrier can usually be relied upon to deliver the goods. This four tracker for the Paris-based imprint is chock full of his usual bumpin' beats, bowel-botherin' basslines and boompty-inspired cut-ups. "Bongo Thunder" (curiously named, as it doesn't feature bongos) leads the way, jumping between cut-up hip-hop breakdowns and booming boompty rhythms. The tech-tinged title-track delivers a little more swing and some Rob Mello-ish electro sounds, while "Acid Drop" thunders from the speakers like the four horsemen of the apocalypse going speed dating. Closer "Japan Air" has a deliciously jazzy swing, bringing a tough EP to an uplifting close.
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