Review: Having built up the suspense with a strong run of singles, Mr C finally delivers his latest album in a fit of house and techno savvy with a strong dose of political intent to boot. Intended as a comment on the state of UK clubbing, stylistically Incidents veers from slo-mo acid to the kind of heated jackers the man himself would have been playing at Clink St back in '88. Amongst other stylistic touchstones there's a whisper of electro powering the rousing "Stand Up", but really this is the sound of an acid house veteran stripping everything back and accurately capturing the spirit of the sound when it first broke. If anyone's qualified to take to such a task, it's surely Mr. C.
Review: After recent releases on the Save Fabric album, Alola & Jack Trax, Mr.C has delved deep into his musical psyche to deliver an acid master-class that's influenced by Ska, Dub, Electro, Italo Disco, Acid House & Tech House, bringing his roots up to date with this massive modern production. Incidents is about things that can happen while clubbing. Down-tempo tracks Entry Search, A Civil Dose & Quick Exit will dub you out. Slightly quicker Acid Fever & Stand Up will completely groove you & dance tracks Do It For Me, Disco Rebellion, Shape Your Dreams, Raid, Ripple Effect & Master Of The Universe will make you dance like no-one's watching. Incidents is the complete electronic album that pulls all the punches, gives a nod to the past & yet has it's feet firmly embedded in the future. This is easily Mr.C's best solo work to date & essential listening.