|1.||"Worries In Da Dance" (5:14)|
Unpredictable arrangements, loose-legged drums, a clear passion for roots reggae and jungle: Dutch dream-smasher Coco Bryce is the real deal... As is his label Myor Massiv. Four releases deep (two this week with Kid Lib's 12" dropping concurrently), each one blazed with authentic early 90s breakbeats, Bryce's outing is no exception. From the detailed drum edits and stern tones of "Worries In Da Dance" to the breezy, airy floatiness of "Himalaya", Bryce delivers some serious gold right here. Limited edition, purple gold that is.
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