7.14 € (outside of the e.u.) / 8.50 € (e.u., incl. v.a.t)
Sinister Souls's follow-up to their muscular 2012 debut full length is interesting in its presentation (all out party, devil horns and teenage undertones all throughout), its construction (half the tracks are collaboration, often leaning to the co-author's original style) and, most importantly, the music it contains. If lot of the collabs are of the hardcore and crossbreed kind (not really surprising judging that they were done with the likes of Cooh, Ruffneck or Gein), the solo tracks show the Dutch duo moving slowly but surely out of these genres and towards more high-tech and complex material (I am pretty sure they have enjoyed a Machine Code album or two), resulting in something which is less direct, less immediately efficient, but also more satisfying and more personal. Time will tell whether this is a slow unfolding or was a one off, but "Horns" is deeper and more interesting than just yet another hard d'n'b party album.