Speed garage is alive and Jekyll proves this with his Day By Day EP, a collection of four moody tracks that bring you on a journey from start to finish. The Leeds based artist (by way of Otley) is known to his Mum as Jamie Peters. He serves up a dark and swing-fuelled shuffle on the title track, which is full of all the mandatory MC shout-outs and rewinds. "Cold Feelings" is equally brooding with its roaring sub bass contrasted by euphoric house keys: but Double 99 or Tuff Jam this 'ain't kids! "Don't Call Me Baby" however, does sound more like the aforementioned, circa '97: this classic UK sound's heyday that he genuinely brings you back to. Finally, Peters hammers the message home in nasty, druggy basement style glory on "My City" much like he has previously for the likes of Criminal Hype or 124 Recordings. Brock wine!
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