South London producer Slime has always been one to rummage through the Ableton pallete of instrumentation, from the woodwind section of ‘Next Time’ to the gentle guitar weeps of ‘Break Fall’. He’s never happy to simply settle for a simple kick-drum.
In ‘Lean Over’, the man gets all sax-heavy. It trudges along like a half-awake, half-hallucinatory daydream; like being inebriated and pensive in a Jazz cafe after dark where suddenly all the different experimental parts of free jazz come together and, for that inebriated moment only, seem to make perfect sense.
The track is lifted from the producer’s upcoming Increases II EP, readied for release by GETME! this coming June.