Whey Baq comes through correct with his second release for World Wide Phonographics, a label reserved solely for the most swaggering of garage-house hybrids. "Quirks Of Riddim" opts for a late '90s kinda vibe, juicing up the 4/4 swing with an old-school bassline, some flurries of acid and Clare Evers' soulful lyrics deep within the arrangement. You also get a UKG cut of the title track where the beats are tighter and snare-heavy, but our favourite tune is actually "John Wayne", a funky house bomb for the summer months. "Stand Up" is an ode to Frankie Knuckles, where joyful vocals meet progressive beats, and if that wasn't enough there's a sparser Vibes mix and a more menacing dub cut to boot!
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