• Shitmat – Killababylonkutz : lp

    Shitmat - Killababylonkutz

    Reviewed by Chris Bress (collective zine)

    Shitmat - Killababylonkutz

    Anybody that heard the limited 7” single Shitmat did last year will I am sure be eager to check this record out. The 7” was proper fucking good dirty ragga jungle.
    This album kicks off with snippets of mastermind, jacko, the prodigy, the stranglers, the ruts and even ace of base samples. There is a lot of borrowed material on display here, but with massive jungle breaks over the top as well as the odd hilarious vocal part, usually chanting “Babylon”
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  • Shitmat - Killababylonkutz

    Reviewed by Fela Lewis (logo magazine)

    Shitmat - Killababylonkutz

    Quite why Henry Collins took the name Shitmat is a mystery, but it raises a smile to counteract the frown that results when you peruse the tracklisting. Ten tracks, nine of which end in the word ‘Babylon’ raises expectations of one idea stretched painfully thin. It’s time to dispel illusions; one track, ‘Rough Babylon’ will do the trick. A manic, raga-driven drum ‘n’ bass excursion, the only discernible word is ‘Babylon’, the rest of it a
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  • SHITMAT- KILLABABYLONKUTZ

    Shitmat - Killababylonkutz

    Reviewed by Adam Anonymous (new-noise.net)

    Shitmat - Killababylonkutz

    "The cover art says more than words ever could – a lion, rocking an orange puffa jacket and fuck-off 'AMEN' ring, toting a machine gun and puffing an impressive spliff. This is ruder than five drug dealers in a blacked-out Golf GTI. Splendid. Brighton's Henry 'Shitmat' Collins knows how to sonically announce his full-length arrival too. Within a minute of 'Original Babylon' cranking into life, we're threatened this will 'blow yer fuckin' heads off'. Barely 60
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  • Shitmat - Killababylonkutz

    Reviewed by Johnny C (noiseloop.com)

    Shitmat - Killababylonkutz

    Shitmat (aka Henry Collins) is a talented, if disturbed indivivual.10 tracks of sample led breakcore mayhem,make up this fucking mad album.Contained within the mayhem are cameo apperances from such greats as Micheal Jackson,Ace Of Base,The stranglers,and of course Benny Hill and the rainbow theme(i kid ye not). Sounds cheesey? Well it ain't, as long as the listener has a sense of humour and a love of hard mash up breaks,you'll love it. 'Rough Babylon' is exactly what
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