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A1: Addison Groove - DAT ASS
A2: Addison Groove feat. DJ Rashad - U Been Gone
B1: Addison Groove - Push It
B2: Addison Groove - Masamune
RIP DJ RASHAD - Never forgotten - Teklife shall prevail!
Addison Groove releases another rattling body shaker with his new EP on 50WEAPONS.
Following up his recent album „James Grieve“, Tony Williams aka the UK’s footwork-jungle ambassador drops a fresh four tracker. This one is pure fiyah.
„Dat Ass“, the records fierce opening track sounds like electro undergone a radical undercut. Maximal subbass meets a sceletized breakbeat, military percussions, euphoric vocal shouts and some actual whistle blowing to add that extra dancefloor discipline.
A2 features the late Dj Rashad and with its stunning title „U been gone“ sounds like a hommage to one of footworks´ greatest. Syncopated kicks shuffle around a motown sample which adds a certain melancholy to the cleverly twisted jungle breaks structuring this track.
„Push it“ brings some hi nrg flavour to the record and „Masamune“, the closing track, brings the whistle back on a minimal Dn’B cut playing with samples that seem to come directly from the soundbanks of Source Direct and Roni Size.
A very fresh sounding dancefloor record deemed to be torn of the shelves by Djs, and praised by pirate radio and music magazines.