This full length album for Headz from Jungle Drum & Bass alumni Dom & Roland comes at a perfect time for the artist and the label, it follows his massive ‘Outta Endz / Unofficial Jah remix’ release and comes at a time where the label has been at its most fertile in recent memory.
The album harks back to pioneering 90s aesthetic of the music but it doesn’t feel retrospective, in fact it feels futuristic- a thread that Dom has made sure ties all his work together. The reference points for the album stretch far and wide, from the inspiring and equally green eyed Sunday Sessions at Blue Note to RZA’s approach to sampling.
Dom’s own words on the album perhaps shed the most light:
“The album is inspired and processed via a collection of moments I had through growing up, the things i was into, memories of good and bad times i’d had and the music i was listening to at the time”
Collaborations are kept sparse and potent, US legend Hive turns in a very rare appearance on D.M.T and vocal features come from Robert Manos and Natalie Duncan.
The album is Dom & Roland exorcising his artistic demons and we’re proud to be releasing the project on Metalheadz.
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