In the eleven years that have passed since he made his debut, Jack Stevens AKA Sully has earned a reputation for making "rude" bass music that gleefully mashes together elements of D&B, old skool jungle, dubstep and UK garage. His latest two-track missive is a shameless tribute to the jungle era, with A-side "Soundboy Don't Push Your Luck" peppering a sharp, edit-tasty junglist riddim with rumbling bass, toaster samples and a hooky female chorus that doffs a cap to vintage lovers rock. It's utterly bonkers and rather silly, but also tons of fun and an almost guaranteed floorfiller. On the flip, he doffs a cap to early drum and bass, flitting between ultra-heavy breakbeats, sun-kissed instrumental samples and sharply cut-up ragga MC samples.
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