Off-side grime abstractions, screwed ambient and mechanised RnB from Kinlaw.

Kinlaw is perhaps one of Bristol’s best kept underground secrets at the time of writing, making waves with his Ceramics label, and steadily contributing a slew of highest-grade material for labels such as RAMP, Seagrave and Reckno, not to mention hotly tipped dubplate material for the likes of DJ Neek and select selectors who know the drill.

Loaded up with off-side killers, including the standout ‘d3 hash’ that was featured on the 5 Years Of NoCorner Music comp, and peppered with unexpected twist & turns, it’s impossible to pin down a favourite here, no matter how hard we tried.

Musically, his sound is quite hard to define, but we’d perhaps compare it to the sonic outcome of a night spent in the dankest corners of youtube, exploring the weirdest computer software for samplism, billin’ up something fruity and heading off to shock out at rave with the freaks of Bristol.

Basically, it’s a madness and a joy to listen to Kinlaw’s unique approach to club music…
A headfuck at first, but once your brain has been programmed, you will be addicted to Kinlaw’s rhythms like a kid to his bowl of Cheerios, getting gassed off that sugar rush with each dip in the honey soaked bowl.

This is a Bristol something. Straight from the outskirts of the underground, dropping alongside Robin Stewart’s NC013 cassette for a hefty, proud double drop on the NoCorner label.

Edition of 100 cassettes + DL.
Transparent green shells.

1.2nd Cave
2.d.3 Hash
3.Good Court He 24
5.Klaw 40bit

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