If you think that London‘s Wah Wah 45s just puts out dope funk biz, get ready to think different. Aaron Jerome‘s solo debut starts off with a tribute to a certain Trouble Man, and it‘s fitting that “Man Troubles” has enough layers and depth (and damn playfulness) to make Mark Pritchard proud. “Jelabi” develops into atmospheric house then gets twisted with cool syncopated madness. Dope and edgy!