Review: Dirty Harry is a real maestro with his MPC and after too long without hearing from him, he is now back on the buttons and seemingly in fine form. The London born artist is a real jazz, rap and funk veteran with years of knowledge and he brings all that to the table each and every time. His frequent collaborator is Nat Lover, whom he met while travelling in New Zealand, and together they deliver some real rawness here. "Combat" is a flurry of chords, scratching and New York street breaks that hits hard and "The Lovers Revenge" carries on in much the same fashion.
If You Can't Walk The Walk (Don't Talk The Talk) (2:25)
Review: Bulgarian label Soul Dynamite continues to defy expectations with yet another crisp and contemporary take on classic boom bap. Another must have for all b-boy DJs and funky breaks loving heads, "Da Hardcore Style For The B Boy" opens up with a golden bit of retro soul, "Let's Get Up, Let's Get Down" cuts a fine groove with trilling chords and "Back To The Beat" features some big samples and even bigger drum breaks. "If You Can't Walk The Walk (Don't Talk The Talk)" closes out in smooth rolling fashion for those earlier warm up sets.