London bootyteching duo Kry Wolf have been producing hits together since 2009, and their sound just continues to get better and better. Their sound is a combination of deep house, booty tech, and UK bass, and has been praised by the likes of Dillon Francis, Claude VonStoke and Crookers just to name a few.
Recently UK bass genius Shadow Child (aka Dave Spoon) and Kry Wolf started a new label, Food Music, aimed at putting out top-notch ass-shaking house music. With it’s first release being Shadow Child’s own “23 EP” just this past December, the label is showing an extremely promising future. The second release on the label, Kry Wolf’s “The Flood” may just be the best booty-teching EP of the year thus far!
The title track, “The Flood,” is full of playful funky synths that explode into a heavy bouncy bassline similar to that of Justin Martin. This is one of those songs that can get a dancefloor absolutely bumping! “Working Hard” comes in next with intriguing bubbly effects, and a Miami BBQ-style bassline that breaks down viciously. Excellent use of vocal samples throughout keep the Food Music feeling going, and a nice piano riff pleasantly comes into play as well. “Together” has a sort of Eats Everything feel to it with tribal bongos and chanting that drops into a perfectly timed buildup that’s drop has that speaker-blowout potential. Makes No Sense closes out the EP with a remix of “Together” that has more of a late night vibe to it, but is a booty-shaking dub nonetheless.
Being the first release from Kry Wolf of 2013, this album shows some extremely is one of the best booty-teching EP’s out this year.