A1 - Fo
A2 - DramaQuing
B1 - Fo (Limbertimbre Remix)
B2 - Ogre
"Those of you who have been paying attention will no doubt remember Skeetaz from their contributions to Spacebar Superstars Vol. 2 last year. Seemingly in the blink of an eye they are back with their astounding full debut for Spacebar Sentiments, the " Fogrequing EP ". Comprising of James Watts (KiloWatts) and Bil Bless (Son of the Electric Ghost, The Disciple Grin) , this is evidently material written by two producers at the peak of their powers. Straddling the thin line between breaks and electro (just the way we like it), this has the energy and funk of good breaks, with the amazing sound design and futuristic edge of electro..."Fo" kicks off the EP in fine fashion, with hints of P-funk peeping out from amongst the mindblowing programming. "Drama quing" follows, and sounds like a friendlier version of Aphex's "Windowlicker", adding truly beautiful padded chord progressions to the sharp electro underbelly. Limbertimbre grabs the bull by the horns on the flip and ups the tempo of "Fo" while keeping the funk in full effect. "Ogre" rounds the EP off nicely with a glitched downtempo jam that urges us to "check the rhythm". Good advice, as just when you think you have got a handle on it the track has sped up, slowed down, sped up again, and those of you who were brave enough to attempt dancing in the first place are left spinning...
A1 gets a big Holy Shit. The P-Funk All-Stars would be proud of it. It dropped my jaw and loosened my rectum (thankfully only a little). Watch for that 1:27 mark. It's deadly! I'm almost hesitant to listen to the rest of the samples. I'm sure to pay a dear price for hearing something of this nature. I just may be ruined towards all future Electro records."
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Si Begg Review:
"If you want next level sh*t then get this EP. The production is flawlessly future proof the beats are funky and the grooves are deeper than a submarine. Seriously, I love this EP. “Fo” is like some kind of acid crunk groove , super funky fun, “Drama Quing” sucks you into a totally holographic headspace, Limbretimbre’s remix of “Fo” gives you something a bit heavier to bash some bins with whilst keeping a bit of the 80s cameo crunk from the original mix, then lastly you’ve got “Ogre” a tempo shifting glitch-hop oddessy. Great label, great EP."