Untold and LV step into the future with a slab of advanced Afro-tek backed with a Mount Kimbie remix on Hemlock recordings. The collaboratory effort on the A-side is exceptional, with Untold kneading maleable subbass into fluid forms at the bottom of the spectrum while melodic percussion plugs the gaps between post-garage shuffle and shoulder-dipping Afro-flex. Noticably LV's contribution comes in the stealthy camouflage of smoked dub vibes, favouring spooked FX and crackling textures woven into the rhythm with a deft crispness. Providing a lighter counterpoint on the flipside Mount Kimbie stir effervescent jazz chords over a slightly unstable garage rhythm, using only fractions of the original to make a frothy swoon of IDM-debted steppers rhythms for the club, car or headphones. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.