Featuring some nostalgic, retro-esque artwork, Jinx lands on Ruffneck Ting with a jungle-influenced journey through D&B's rougher side. Ruffneck Ting don't have a reputation for being a label that'll hold your hand and this is clearly evident throughout Bad In The Area, none more so than on the title track. With a barebones, stripped back approach that's reminiscent of Digital or Spirit, Jinx combines old-school sampling with a distinct rawness to emphasise the track's low-frequency weight. This style is replicated across the other tunes to varying degrees but there's one constant: unadulterated sounds with the aim of serious dancefloor pressure. If that's your thing, then this EP is certainly for you.
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