Fucking and fighting always works. An album like »You, Me, Temporary« is no exception to that rule. Tom Wilson is not TAKE anymore, but calls himself Sweatson Klank now. His new benchmark: To melt together HipHop, R&B and electronics in order to create an individual entity. That works well on »You, Me, Temporary«. However, on »Fuck & Fight«, it becomes outstanding, because it goes far beyond the usual language, used by every other artist on Hyperdub. Because of guests like Deniro Farrar, who comes forward with an absurdly fitting flow. You’ll have scenes of a movie in your head that hasn’t even been made yet. No other guest on this record creates such an intense moment, even though Ango’s and Pat Parra’s vocals fit very well to »I Shouldn’t Be Here« and »Still Dark«. However, the greatest moments are those in which Sweatson Klank stands above the usual producer-records, in which this album does more than just reconciling wonky, dubstep and R&B. The tracks »Chasing You«, »The Get Over« and »All This Time« all have moments like that. The last track, in particular, rocks a charming beat back and forth in a sea of effects and sounds. When it comes to reduction and relaxation, »You, Me, Temporary« is the best. Because that’s another thing that always works.