Sneaker Social Club are back in business, and they continue their pretty outstanding run of delivering outside the box gems as Low End Activist makes a return with this thumping new 'Hostile Utopia' album. This is a pretty wild collection of swampy originals, giving Low End the opportunity to explore the full spectrum of 140 influenced sounds, from the gnarly synthetic grit and skippy percussion of 'Amphibious Centurions', to the electro-dancehall drum swings of 'Bodysnatchers' and on to the vibrant soundscapes of 'Wild Roses'. This album holds such a sense of depth and direction, that to experience it in its full majesty it's a must listen on long play scenario, but despite that there are a couple of very fun highlights, first up, Mez, Killa P & Emz all make storming appearances with some rave-ready vocal maneuvers, perfectly navigating the dungeon-esc production styles, alongside the icey eeriness of 'Cold' and metallic bass notation of 'Sprint'. Excellent stuff!
What is Album Only?
Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release. These tracks cannot be purchased individually but are available to download as part of the release