The world couldn’t really ask for a nicer introduction to Cooly G’s feminine pressure than ‘Love Dub’ featuring her own vocals formed into wispy snippets over an intricately syncopated post-garage rhythm that fairly defines the progression of London Bass music into housier climes. On this and the slightly tuffer ‘Refix’ she shuffles her beats like few others we can mention, taking cues from Broken Beat and Garage, but removing any snagging kinks in favour of buttered flows and hazy hued dub vibes. The EPs final cut ‘Narst’ sets her closer to the house crew with a straighter 4/4 kick guiding the track, but the plastic string stabs and swollen subbass dips come from somewhere else entirely, showing her connections to a London club culture that’s swung from grime to dubstep and now an Africanised house format settled on fundamental dancefloor aspects. Everyone’s playing her tracks from Kode 9 to Marcus Nasty with many more to join them soon enough, so make sure you give this woman some due attention! Massively Recommended!