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Your first introduction to Frankee’s
return is via ‘Clap Your Hands’,
once again platforming the sub-driven records he’s famed for.
Building up into a cascading drop whilst grinding
LFO provides the
steps, it’s difficult not to be pulled in by its
relentless beats and quick-
fire drum patterns.
With metallic vocal samples adding
encouragement between each segment,
Frankee is back and carrying
the weaponry which made him
so dangerous behind the decks.
On the reverse,
‘Love and Peace’ adds another dimension, not only
proving Frankee’s production capabilities,
but also a contrast in
Natural yet still synthetic, it brings together
shaking percussion and
female vocals in a way that curtails both the
light and dark shades of his skillset.
A blissful liquid roller that
carries itself from start to finish,
it features nostalgic breaks whilst
keeping a mechanical continuity.