The underground trembles as UK Garage begins to seep through the fault lines. It's that time of year where we reach the next part of the cycle. The part where candy ravers and fist pumped pill heads start to realize the consequences of their repeated offenses. Ripening pharmacopeia, prescribed taboos, it all starts to get to them.
Showered hangovers accompanying droughts of serotonin, this is when the music gets weird. And to aid in this weirdness we have Britain's Joy Orbison or Joy O who's trimmed the name up a bit but grew in a bold textured sound. His latest release Sicko Cell can only be found on 180 grams of 12", but be patient as this coke head diary hits the digital shelves this month.
(SWAMP014) Swamp 81 – Joy O Sicko Cell / Knock Knock EP
01. Sicko Cell (5:18)
02. Knock Knock (5:44)
A track that lives up to it's narcotic references. You can score this one early by following the links below, so get a few sessions in before your friends do. Addictive, sedative, without the side effects on the pocket and the brain. So indulge and take too much.