Sporting the quintessential neon-lit flair that typifies much of Hyperdub's output, D.O.K bowls onto the radar after something of a potted discography to date. As the EP title might suggest, there's plenty of G-funk styling at work on the synths, daubed across the top of some rigid drum machine breaks. The VIP of "West Coast" wins out over the original's half-step lurch, with a manic approach to the rhythmic content. That said, "East Coast" will do more favours on the dancefloor with its rugged drum machine backbone capturing the ghetto-tech resurgence in fine style, albeit maintaining the lurid melodic content.
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