Underground Traffic is back with a bang as he graces the Saucy discography yet again with a new three-variety EP entitled 'Neil Didn't Help'. The title track kicks the EP off in a foul mood with some seriously sinister synth-work slicing through a solid, bassline inspired beat easier than Brick Tops pigs go through bone. Second on the agenda to twist and turn the insides of your head to mashed potato is the squelchy roller that is 'Rival' that is sure to have your face wrinkled up and your noggin bouncing like the Churchill dogs. To draw this EP to a close is 'Dangerous' that lives up to its name as when this is dropped in the rave feet will be stomping, too much of this will definitely be dangerous for the ceiling below if played on the top floor! So after all that we've concluded that this EP reeks of attitude and is definitely one to get your mits on but we still haven't found out why Neil didn't help…. Oh well… no-one likes Neil anyway.
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