The first new 12" proper from Pangaea since his album In Drum Play (2016) lands on Hessle and unsurprisingly its two tracks are total corkers.
Bone Sucka mixes together three decades worth of hardcore dynamics to make a track that at once sounds like some early 90s Network breakbeat tear out, even coming complete with the complimentary rave stabs and Altern-8 styled 'Armageddon' vocal hook. Topped off with a sirens call of Ruff Squad white-label classics and a hazy dub dread feel reminiscent of the finest Parris & O$VMV$M, and you have the recipe for a no-nonsense banger, albeit a little polished at times. Proxy meanwhile is a more straight-ahead piano house roller, keeping the bassline hefty in true Hessle house style.
Two tracks that add up equal a no-nonsense winner in our eyes, easily the best Hessle for some time!