Sector 7 Sounds coming in with the badness once more, with Jook at the controls, following up previous killers on the label.

Flying Nimbus sends the EP off to a flying start in the shape of this gnarly grime cut, sounding like Joker pitched down to minus 8 on the turntable… Ultra low detuned square wave business, pretty sure this’ll burn some eyebrows off if you’re too close to the soundsystem.

Next up we got ‘Rolling In His Grave’, the antidote to the damage done by the tearout of the A side, this one is coming like a soundboys lullaby.
Gold Rush on the flip comes with a more joyous vibe, a wicked RnG styled chop reminding of some of those early Low Deep cuts from around 2005ish, just before things calm down a little with ‘Bittersweet’, which let’s stealthy percussion roll over a dreamy casio / nintendo style melody, this one is for the slow dance crew, and a nice way to finish a versatile, o.g. style grime disc.

As always, stamped up on one side – original photo from the family collection on the flip.

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