Not many other producers have made this mellow, dubbed out garage sound quite as convincingly as Cooly G.
Based on a simple, reverb drenched chord progression, the song features a vocal sample she recorded directly. It adds a more authentic feminine touch to a genre dominated by men.
The percussion patterns are wild and tribal, rolling and stuttering recklessly. As Cooly G herself has said, the sound is close to the early 00s tribal dubstep of Loefah than to the UK Funky she’s often lumped in with.
The bass adds a warm, comforting weight, completing the soundsystem readiness of the track.
This absolute banger was released in 2009 backed with dancefloor killer ‘Narst’ and a slightly harder refix on Kode 9’s Hyperdub Records.