Phobia Future Soul
- Words: Star Eyes
- Label: Critical
The dramatic "Future Soul" borrows as much from old-school Doc Scott as it does from LTJ Bukem. It's a banging slice of drum-driven floor power, with sliced-up percussion, classic Metalheadz-esque vocal stabs and metallic elements. The flip's "Mandalay" is similarly retro-drenched, with nostalgic keys, an "I feel it" female vocal, and deliciously bouncy breaks. Total Science, eat your heart out.
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