Jaydee, yes the same producer who produced Plastic Dreams, has been tempted to put out material on Reptile Dysfunction. Label owner Doorly deserves praise for this smart piece of A&R work, and the release features the old school, Beltram-sounding bass menace and growling acid of "Back Into Acid". On "Bring the Pressure", the house veteran goes deeper, with a balmy, melodic workout that ebbs and flows seductively to a warm bass. Doorly himself takes a turn at remixing, delivering a raggafied acapella of "Pressure" and reshaping "Acid" as a stepping, dubbed out groove, but really this release is all about Jaydee's re-appearance.
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