In an era of "gritty lo-fi" sample material think of Niche Audio as a quality filter and one sharply set to On Point. These files may be vintage in nature but are also expertly dialed-in to sound amazing within a mix. I like the quirk of these: there's a playfulness about them and also enough variety within a relatively tight pack to cover all kinds of ground including the genres we've yet to identify.
There's some cool things in this pack in relation to smooth, creamy & urban hip hop grit. I found some of the drum programming very interesting like their glitch / triplet hat fills etc. It certainly allows for some inspiration to find a beat that doesn't hit on 16th's and then replace them with your own sounds. Really good for speeding up into other genres too. I thought some of the musicality and samples included were really good too. There's some movie style chords and really gritty ambiances that go nicely with some of the chopped vocal effects. Its not as complete as some of the other Niche packs I feel. It's more an inspiration platform, rather than tracks you can easily contour on your own, which in many ways is great too. I think what I am trying to say is that in many ways (mainly quantisation) it's actually really unique and it makes the pack really useful when trying to great original grooves of any genre. If you are into making downtempo or old skull glitchy type beats then it's brilliant too!