The record opens with ''Jelly Fish'' - deadly, deep kicks sphered by drippy ice rinks. Brilliant balance between low-kicks and driving sirens unleashing the tracks unique shapings. “Buoy“ swipes away into a howling, cryptical and moody underwater action - closing gates, chirping birds and vanishing claps building a dark cavernous tension. As the subs shift from high to low, Boody & LE1F blesse the track with whispered vocals giving everything vogueish breeze. Next “Soda“ chops up the classic “The Ha Dance“ of Masters at Work into a kunty juke-ballroom mix. Furious “Ha Samples“ winding trough the track as minimalistic footwerk kicks and aqua drops joining the game. LE1F demonstrates his excellent rap skills here and shows you how to run this catwalk! With it's UK Funky rooted percussion and dominant basslines, the New York collaboration takes it to another level with “Sweet Tea“ while Khalif's stargazing performance glides across the track. Following is Cedaa's remix of “Sweet tea“. He loops LE1F's strongest lines “Damn Mama put it down this is way too hot for me!“ and permeating hollow pitched “Oh!“ in the back. His hydraulic mix pumps the original to a one of a kind club monster. The EP closes with cunty East Coasts Ballroom beats remix from MikeQ and Divoli S'vere of “Soda“. Together they re- construct the original to a deadly vogue anthem and bringing the taste of the New Jersey ballroom underground to those who are “in the know“.
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