Given the raw and stripped back nature of Marquis Hawkes' productions for Dixon Avenue Basement Jams, it's little surprise to find him popping up on Clone's similarly robust Jack For Daze offshoot. Those familiar with his style will feel right at home. All four tracks go hard from the off, with stomping beats, heavy acid lines and breathless, cut-up vocal samples helping to create a riotous mood of late night abandon. Naturally, picking highlights is tricky, though the nagging electronic hooks and bumpin' percussion of "Peanut" and the bouncy pianos and delay-laden musical flourishes of the techno-tempo "Like That" take some beating. Amazingly, the title track, with its' vintage ghetto house feel, almost does.
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