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After their debut success ‘Inside Out’, which was charted and licensed world wide, earlier this year, KiNK & Neville Watson are back big time! They rock our world with their vintage Chicago sound,
After their debut success ‘Inside Out’, which was charted and licensed world wide, earlier this year, KiNK & Neville Watson are back big time! They rock our world with their vintage Chicago sound, like it’s Summer of Love all over again. Although they have the old skool sound going, they easily keep up with today’s productions standards. It will rock any system. Raw and dirty house music. When music is this good, let there be renaissance! Our house is your rush!
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Si QuickReview of track on www.randomcircuits.com
After punishing rib cages with their heavier-than-heavy warehouse track “Inside Out”, KiNK and Neville Watson make a welcome return to Dutch powerhouse Rush Hour.
Although this record sounds like it could and should have originated from the holy land of Chi-town, its a pleasant surprise to learn that KiNK hails an area of the world not renowned for its grasp of Chicago house; Bulgaria. Watson is a London resident who its plain to see is heavily influenced by the sound that was developed in the Music Box at the end of the 1980’s. KiNK first caught my ears towards the end of 2005 with the excellent EP he shared with EvilJack (anyone know what happened to him?) on Odori and ever since then, his stock has risen with a recent appearance on Steve Bugs Bugnology 3 and releases for BoE and Hector Moralez’s Minority Music
Adonis gets a big nod on “Blueprint” as the track gets straight to the point with a familiar electronic bass pattern. Low end assistance is provided by the forte of KiNK and Watsons’ partnership; one of the heaviest kicks you’ll hear in modern house music. Over the next 7 minutes the track rises through a series of wonky crescendos as rattling hi hats fire the track through to the climax. Expect to hear this in the sets of Garnier and those not afraid to reference the roots of house music.
“Full Flight” takes a less direct route than its companion with creeping arpeggios building the track as the pair make a quick stop off in the Motor City to borrow some Mayday esque strings. Whilst not being as instantly gratifying as “Blueprint”, “Full Flight” is definitely the strongest of the two excellent tracks and has that timeless, anonymous quality that should ensure it has a long stay in the record boxes of many.
2008 has been a year where past lessons have once again become future theories and whilst this EP may support that statement, for many, it will be a similarly exciting listening experience as the time you first heard Gary B uttering those immortal words “Too Far Gone? There’s No Way Back”.