The DMZ imprint continues its enviable run of form with Coki on solo duties for the double drop Haymaker. It's not hard to see why the Digital Mystikz lynchpin chose the title, named in honour of the down stroke mid range deviancy that appears with the intent to scar your intestines as soon as the JAH sample drops over a suitably crunching half step swagger. It's matched if not bettered by the flipside excursion "Revolution" which conjures up imagery of Coki recording the mental sounds of a room of analogue machinery failing and applying the results to a jagged flexing drum rhythm!
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