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Released: 13.10.23







On the strength of two well-received projects over the last five years, Gotts Street Park have inarguably established themselves as staunch stalwarts of the post-grime scene. Pulsing with warm grooves and infectious rhythms, the Leeds-based trio’s retro-modern sound keenly merges electronic and organic elements in a canorous blend of vivid melodies and ingenious loops, proffering an evocative aural experience steeped in vibey catharsis.

On The Inside, their long-awaited debut LP proper, harnesses this knack for vicarious intuity with aplomb: Rosie Lowe’s velveteen balladry on Summer Breeze strikes a scintillating balance between angsty and sultry, whilst elsewhere, an understated Enny waxes emotional over Mountain’s mellow backbeat. An indelibly satisfying triumph – one that cements these innately soulful jamsters as the real deal.


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