I never could stand Hype Williams. It wasn't that I had a problem with irony, or distance, or archness. Nope, sorry to say that it was entirely the sound that they made, that greasy slick polish. They sounded like a bad jpeg. Thankfully that seems to have been left behind in the later work of Dean Blunt. Beefa comes from his 2018 EP Soul On Fire and it's a take on 18th century parlour music via the dancefloors of, well, Ibitha. It's courtly and graceful and crashingly obvious, as all such things have ever been.