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New York Transit Authority - Off The Traxx Jump the turnstile and get on this elasticated, Hip-House referencing, 808 workout by the mysterious N.Y.T.A. .The journey is narrated VIA the nonchalant phrases of ‘the conductor’ as you clatter down the rails past brash brass stabs. Any more New York and you’d think you were watching Style Wars.   Pure buy on sight material, worth the asking price for the artwork alone.     October & Borai - Sticky Fingers / Left Out Two jackin’ drum machine workouts by October and Borai for the first release on the new BRSTL label run from the Idle Hands shop in Bristols Stokes Croft.   the A-side, ‘Sticky Fingers’ is as cold as they come. FULL STOP A heavy narcotic groove is carried with ease by an immaculate synth melody, before coming back in with some stainless rides and expertly crafted rotund bass jabs.   Flip it over for the New Jack swagger of ‘Left Out’, filled with razor sharp 909 snare rolls bludgeoning bass and the infectious ‘aw aw’ Williamsburg drawl.   I can’t recommend this record (or label) highly enough; (SEMI COLON) this is the sound of Bristol in 2012.   Don't fuck around or you’ll miss this limited, vinyl only pressing, and be cursing the eye-(HYPEN0wateringly high prices on discogs in a few weeks’ (APOSTROPH) time. Available now at Idle hands as well as a few other choice outlets. There ARE only 300 of them, and when THEY’RE gone, THEY’RE gone...