The LP features eleven songs in total covering drum and bass, liquid and deep house. One of my favourites is titled “Low Key”, a fine example of dark, broken techno set around the 140 beats per minute mark. With scattered drums and a wonderfully murky bass line, “Low Key” is one seriously, infectious rhythm that would have sounded massive coming through the speakers at Plastic People.
A full review of “The Drift” will be posted next week in the ninth instalment of our “Under The Counter” feature. Until then, enjoy the full stream of “Low Key” and check out the LP below.