The rapidly rising young Londoner makes a dizzying statement of intent on his second release, his first release for Fulcrum Records.
A-side 'Lollipops' brings a demented hybrid of Chicago drum trax and London's grimiest underbelly. Pounding, overdriven kicks and snares bring the fire before Tarquin's signiture mutant hooks turn the heat up even more. Chaotic growls and mutated synths pop the lid off at the drop and it's all rounded out with a healthy dose of detuned bird calls. In anyone else's hands, Tarquin's distinctive recipes would be too hot to handle. Flip-side 'Kno Wot U' turns up the style, effortlessly blending past with future. A slinky RnB sample chopping session rapidly breaks out into frenzied dancefloor madness. Swung out Timberland drums interplay with obscene speed-garage bass drops, cheeky enough to make any dancefloor blush.
This 2 track EP marks the next step in the unstoppable rise of this unique producer.