Review: Seminal business from 1994, Kemet dust off the original "Borderline" EP which comprised the names Brain Killers and Family Of Intelligence but was all the engineering work of DJ Lewi. The man behind so many sounds on Kemet during their most pioneering years, his touch is on all of these cuts... The still-pristine and quintessential rave anthem "Screwface", the raw drum funk and breakcraft of "Jungle Love", the big raw ragga chat of "Champion Of Champions" and the chaos of "Bonus Beat #1". Lewi we salute you.
Review: The legendary Kemet celebrate the end of the decade by looking back through the vaults and putting together this really interesting retrospective that joins the dots between the OG jungle blueprints they first put out in the early 90s and aligning them with newer cuts they've put out since their return in 2016. Ranging from key back-in-the-day anthems from the likes of Family Of Intelligence, Potential Badboy and Noise Factory to trailblazers from new Kemet crew members like Drama1, "End Of Days" runs with a smooth consistency between the eras and remind us how timeless jungle will always be.