Reviews

“PLAYHEAD, featuring an incredible performance from Relly, deliver a hard-hitting, satirical look at social hierarchy. Sorry (not sorry) to bang on about production today, but ideas as good as this can only be taken seriously with the kind of discerning, top-end production that So Much So has received. There are shades of Roots Manuva here, and with rhymes as inventive as “I may not meet the quota/and I may not wear a bow-tie” there’s so much (so) to love about this track, not to mention the bowel-dropping bass and pan-to-the-face kick-drum. Also love the ‘hierarchical seating plan’ breakdown.” [link]

“the 4 track EP spans from the creative minds of British producers Jonathan Savage and Bruce Turner. Together they create something that’s pretty special by bringing back the favour of 90′s dance music and adding their modern twist of electronics beats…and they didn’t stop there… they pushed the boundaries by dropping a hint of Afrobeats, featured in first track Bring in the Thunder” (New Lease, April 2014)