Dawson steps away from his King Roc guise and takes time off from collaborating with Giles Smith to drop this no-nonsense release. The title track is a dense, tribal house groove, its repetitive, looped rhythm and insistent use of vocal snippets reminiscent of early 00s Terry Francis. The Namito remix veers more towards a contemporary feeling, as stripped back, hiccupping beats compete with nasty acid riffs and ominous chords. However, it's "Onital" that will win this low-key producer the greatest acclaim. Dawson again revisits the tribal tech-house sound of the early 00s, but with a difference. This time round, he has included a disco sample that sounds like the one used in The Bucketheads' "The Bomb". Only the utterly cynical will be able to dislodge it from their minds!
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