Freakin & Burnin builds interestingly with some nice percussive elements and some looped vocal stabs, shortly before a smooth and subtle bassline moves the track forward in a great direction. The track has a nice subtle and eerie feel to it, shown in the breakdown, and again towards the end when a melodic riff runs through the track alongside the dark and moody beats. This is a great production from P.C.B.
OK Radio begins with a driving bassline, and from the first beat it is clear that this isn’t as subtle as the a-side. It drives, with some nice percussion in particular, and some twisted vocal hooks and melodies, not once really letting up the intensity thanks mostly to the groovy evil low end sounds.
A very solid release here from P.C.B. with two productions that are both superb in their own right.