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|1.||"Hold Dat" (5:52)|
|2.||"Open Letter" (3:58)|
Lamont's previous releases on Swamp81 were notable not for their sturdy sub-weight - that's a given - but rather the bounciness of his beats and his uncanny ability to create genuinely new and exciting fusions of existing bass music styles. He's at it again on Tectonic debut Hold Dat, with 135 BPM opener 'Hold Down' seemingly existing in the no-man's land between grime, dubstep and polyrhythmic techno. 'Push', a more sub-heavy and creepy concoction, is similarly rhythmically unique, while 'Brain' adds kuduro bounce, Sheffield clangs and UK funky fills to a snappy, house-style beat. Closer 'Dirty Letter' is a little easier to get a handle on - it's basically a grime instrumental - but no less impactful. A hugely impressive, must-check EP.
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