Following his incredible debut album ‘Talisman’, Whiney has stepped back into the lab to cook all manner of big, beefy dancefloor beasts. The ‘Waystone’ LP boasts his most widespread set of influences yet with drum & bass fusions of trip-hop, grime, UK hip hop and ambient across 14 outstanding tracks.
Album highlights include the tumbling jungle rumbler ‘The Capital’ that scatters down with snappy amens in a perfect storm. Plus the unmissable ‘Triple Duppy Demon’; a menacing tribal stalker rearing its head in a display of raw beats and bars from Manchester’s own Levelz crew member Truthos Mufasa, alongside a production pairing with Hugh Hardie.
‘Waystone’ also sees the triumphant return of the dream-team-supreme! Hospital’s wordsmith Inja joins forces with Whiney on ‘Mission’. This certified heater is a grisly tirade of dancefloor chaos, a worthy successor to fan favourites ‘Flashlight’ and ‘She Just Wanna Dance’.
Of course Whiney’s second long-player is also packed with showstopping solo productions such as ‘Dismissed’, ‘Slingshot’ and half-time triphop switch up ‘Darkest Night’