Ably assisted by the evergreen Ninjatune, new UK imprint Technicolour have quietly become one of the more interesting labels to surface in the past 12 months jettisoning hard to pigeon hole material from Micachu keyboardist Raisa K, female post dubstepper Kid A and now BRTSH KNIGHTS. If I Was To represents the first official release from the South London collective and they come across like Disclosure with a much needed injection of 'ardcore rudeness. The title track in particular swings with a vicious slickness that's immediately gratifying, whilst the "reciprocate" vocal hook adds that much needed extra edge of addiction. "Hazed" meanwhile is a dark, smokey slice of R&B powered by reverse snares that feel influenced by Jam City's piston like rhythmics.
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