Soul Deep continue to sow seeds of the future into jungle's fertile pastures with another bumper crop of fresh, emerging talent. Opening with the trembling pads and yearning vocal texture of Arlow's "Come Back", the album proceeds to deliver fruit after fruit of crisp, untainted deep drum & bass. From the filtered drums and treacle-thick subs of Muggsy's "Another Late Night" to the cascading keys and soaring vocal of Surplus's "Desperate Day Dream" to the Bob Jamesesque jazz flurries and fluctuations of Fil Enzo's "Baltimore Jazz", it's yet another example of Soul Deep's ability to dig deeper than the rest... And harvest some of the most exciting crops.
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