Another super review of South London Ordnance's 'Sanctuary / Roofy'
Enigmatic young producer South London Ordnance may only be releasing his
debut record now, but the groundswell of support has been building
exponentially over the last few months, and given the strength of the
two tracks on offer here it is no wonder. 'Sanctuary' is a bold first
statement, channeling the grit of London as it fires off snares and
deadly sub surges while finding its groove somewhere between the
industrial power of techno and the skip and shuffle of UKG. On the flip
'Roofy' sits back on a slightly easier swing, allowing the wavering
synths, deep bassweight and scuffed drums to get to work.
Thanks to K Mag.
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