Thunderous and atmospheric from Jahtari and Tikiman

JTR15_FrontOne of the latest releases on German label Jahtari is a 12” from legendary Berlin-based mic chanter Paul St. Hilaire, aka Tikiman, who has previously worked with Rhythm & Sound.

Nah Ina It EP features four tracks where Jahtari Riddim Force, aka Rootah and Disrupt, have tweaked the bass beyond and below what could be considered as healthy. It opens with the title track. A cavernously deep six minute discomix where Tikiman chants against Raggamuffin Alex over a riddim reminiscent of the mighty Drum Song riddim.

The flip carries three cuts, of which Who Goes There is the real standout. Here Paul St. Hilaire flexes his fast chatting skills over a riddim that owes a bit to King Tubby’s legendary Tempo riddim.

Nah Ina It is vintage, yet futuristic, rub-a-dub with a distinctive and dubwise atmosphere.

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