If ever there was a group born for the Bad Acid imprint it was these two Scottish inebriates. With 50% of the duo already having established himself as breakcore obsessed Dubstep ruiner Akira Kiteshi anticipation of this more b-boy inflected project has been high. Shree Bang Special: This is an angular and unrelenting dose of Hip Hop Acid. Crunching diplodocus drums stomp holes as tsunamis of grinding bass level the remaining city-scape. The remaining survivors are driven into the mountains by the huge waves of synthetic noise and the threat of a rave induced frontal lobotomy. Listening: In an attempt to balance the scales the Kids enlist the vocal skills of verbal bruiser Profisee to gang up on the a-side. Listening is a lurching swell of distorted bass and pummelling percussion, with Prof the rap captain Ahab riding the beast through the storm. Soft Touch: Here proceedings take a sharp turn to the left. With all the necessary computer funk still in place, Trekkie atmospherics are employed to issue in more man-size kick snare combos. Woozy and disorienting zaps and R2C2 ticks cyclone over the drumscape creating an increasingly potent brew. With a nod to Kiteshi's past the beat flips mid-track and the drunky drummer pops in for a session of K-hole drummatics.