Chase and Sta­tus: No More Idols

Townsville Bulletin - - Savvy -

These drum and bass pi­o­neers in­trigue and open the door for new fans with the lat­est al­bum fea­tur­ing a cast of vo­cal­ists rid­ing the wave of suc­cess in 2011. Their de­but al­bum gained in­ter­na­tional suc­cess and not sur­pris­ingly pro­pelled them on to a ma­jor record la­bel for this fu­ture ef­fort. The in­tro of No Prob­lem re­cap­tures the in­fa­mous jun­gle era be­fore ex­tend­ing into an up­beat mix of drum‘ n’ bass. High on dance­floor ro­ta­tion Let You Go, fea­tur­ing the soul­ful vo­cals of Mali, is an emo­tional tribute and adds some more main­stream ap­peal. Adding the likes of Cee Lo Green, the al­bum con­tin­ues with an ur­ban ap­proach. Plan B lend­ing some vo­cals on Fool Your­self is a stand­out on this ap­peal­ing dub­step sin­gle. – JEN­NIFER HOLMES

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