- Words: Jimmy V
- Label: Sober
The past three years have seen nu-skool breaks embrace its Berlin and Detroit electro past head-on, with everyone from pioneer Afrika Bambaataa to Rennie Pilgrim coating their beats in a synthetic ‘80s gloss. This debut from Sober Records nods in that direction on its two mixes of "D-Town," where shades of Gap Band and Cybotron lurk in the background, but the foreground belongs to enormous, compressed, and neck-snapping modern breakbeats. Peak-time biznezz.
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