- Words: Kingsley Marshall
- Label: Beatz
Dillinja and Lemon D's Valve subsidiary presents new signing Strider, who rises to the occasion by dropping a pair of grooves that load everything short of the kitchen sink into the sampler. While the orchestral sweep of the A-side makes some sense of a chaotic blend of chirpy clicks and whistles, the flip steps up with an authentic dub rinse-a squiggle of low-frequency shaking like Lee Perry on PCP. Great.
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