Cadans aka Jeroen Snik returns to Clone Basement,having made his debut or that label back in 2015. Since then, the Dutch artist in London has released on Tripeo and Wolfskuil, but the Clone empire seems like his most natural environment. The title track is a raucous affair, with drums rolling over a jittery, shaky rhythm as a repetitive vocal plays away in the background. It's raw, noisy and extremely funky. On "Dominion", he opts for a straighter approach, as a murky jacking rhythm and cheese-wire percussion prevail. Cadans completes his second release with a looped, tool version of the title track, where the vocal sounds more high-pitched.
The great thing about working on the digital side of the scene is to hear so many newcomers slap down their own interpretations of bass music, and that's precisely what we get here from this debut by the enigmatic SOLV. Coming through on the rampant Low Pitched catalogue, the artist drops the garage-driven groove "192" which we've got absolutely no issues in leaving on the office speakers for the rest of this sunny Thursday afternoon! "All You", on the other hand, goes for the jungle refresh, injecting grainy EMU breaks to a rich tapestry of grime-like mutant bass and vintage house synths. Talk about hybrids!