Going Good's Salik steps up for the latest head to head session with DJ Sotofett, furthering the argument that Wania's jungle-techno-house split series is one of the most essential splits in electronic music RN.
Having been quietly releasing a series of essential 12"s and extended sessions via his and Brian Not Brian's Going Good imprint (home to some of the very best records by Moon B, Aquarian Foundation, Nummer, Ewan Jansen & Yoshinori Hayashi). Salik unleashes his previously unheard skills as a producer.
Inna Brixton is built from a strict clap drum pattern and some sincerely evil sounding vocals that bubble up under the 05 era dubstep atmospheres. While the track shows a keen ear for the deep and dark sounds of dubstep and grime, its sped up tempo shows a keen ear for the edgy cyberpunk dnb sounds the city of which it was recorded. On the reverse, Sotofett turns in another 3D acid track in the vein of his WANIA Ti90 Coiled mix, devastating stuff.