Both of these these albums gather the some of the best vocal talent
Pressure. The name says it all. A smoldering Calderon of
London Zoo see’s a more polished realized sound. The distortion is tuned way down and tracks almost feel like songs as opposed to all out assaults on the senses. This is not, of course, to say they aren’t brimming with lyrical bravado. No, and the nuclear bass bombs are still here as well. Standouts here for me include the ridiculously weighty Skeng featuring the toasting of Killa P & Flowdan, as well as Poison Dart a plodding dub workout with killer verbal jabs courtesy of the one and only Warrior Queen. Both of these tracks have a grimey dubsteppy feel which is only fitting seeing as Martin’s been active in the underground urban
If you want a different take on Dancehall or London street music you could hardly go wrong with The Bug.