"You Know, Right?" is a straight-up breaks track, like something out of the early '00s, and it bangs. The drums land with a decisive thwack, the somber melody hints at trance and the vocal sample wails with the addictive repetition of UK bass music at its peak. It's a funny tune, dealing in sounds so unfashionable that they feel new again, all while calling back to the old Skream through its roots in drum & bass. "You Know, Right?" is easily the best thing he's released in years; Jones sounds like he's having fun rather than trying to craft au courant techno.
The flipside, however, doesn't have the same spirit. A boilerplate Crosstown Rebels track if there ever was one, "Minor Smooth" limps by with canned melodrama and the most elementary drum sounds. It feels like a leftover from the "Still Lemonade" sessions, but "You Know, Right?" is a fun enough experiment to make the 12-inch worth a spin.