The latest release on Textasy’s Berlin-based imprint further mines the interface between electro and jungle. DJ 660’s EP is, as the name suggests, dedicated to carnal pleasures, whether it’s cleverly flipping a familiar spoken word sample into speedy bass-heavy beats and slow jam smoothness on ‘Talk 2 Me (Consent)’ or combining Miami bass style lewdness and rolling breaks on Textasy’s edit of ‘Fuk Me From The Back’. The latter is especially good, fluidly alternating between rhythms and hip-hop samples in a way that will excite dancefloors. Elsewhere, ‘Rhodes Rec’ has the kind of smoky keys you could expect in an ambient d&b number, but riding speedy juke/ghettotech style drums and another rude vocal. The whole EP is fire.