Laurie Shenoda’s rise through the ranks has been slow but steady. Since the early days of the now venerated label, he has been a key cog in the Hypercolour wheel, remixing an early release before going on to then unleash his Shots and On & On EPs in 2011 and 2012 respectively. The first spread much farther than expected with Martyn and Mosca heavily supporting its weighty beats, whilst the latter, with its thick, locked-in groves, was cherry-picked for Mattias Tanzmann’s Fabric mix. And then came possibly his best yet, the A Homage EP on Hypercolour off-shoot Losing Suki. Packed with garage referencing shuffles and tightly coiled drums, it was not only called “a new breed classic” by Matthew Dear, but got Radio 1 play from Skream and Benga as well as props from the man’s usual peers includ..