Saturday, 30 May 2015

Record Review: Specifik & Project Cee - Future Shock 64 (BLN014)

From turntable number one to turntable number two.....
Again another release from the ubiquitous B-Line Recordings with Specifik again on the boards and Project Cee providing vocal duties.
Using the faithful Funky President beat over a brooding bassline and simple and very effective synth, Future Shock 64 is a no-frills, mid-tempo plodder with a minimally-scratched, one-word chorus (Herbie Hancock?).
As popular as 45s are at the moment the fact remains that the content therefore has to be relatively short which usually means the non-inclusion of instrumentals. And an instrumental of this track would be simply dope.

The B-side features JabbaThaKut fresh from rubbing vinyl over at Whirlwind D's house and proceeding to wreck shop over the more uptempo Bang. Some crispy drums combine with a heavy bassline and conscious rap that could get the rock kids moshing - yes, seriously.

 The artwork is designed by Project Cee himself. Whilst the record itself is a juicy orange vinyl.

Listen to some short excerpts with the Soundcloud gizmo below. And when you're ready to order go to


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