Zed Bias – Biasonic Hotsauce – Birth Of The Neighbourhood

An exercise in delightful bashment excess

Bass overlord Bias returns hot on the heels of ‘Make A Change’, his recent album as Maddslinky. That record was heavy on atmosphere, if light on dancefloor moments. ‘Biasonic Hotsauce’, by contrast, is focused on making you move your feet. With eighteen tracks and roughly a million different MCs (including Specialist Moss, who sounds like something you’d buy from B&Q) it’s an exercise in delightful bashment excess. And it’s good, mostly. Virtually every track stands alone fine. But listened to as an album, it’s repetitive and numbing. But then it’s an arsenal for five different types of clubs so just focus on tying up those laces people.



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