While Bristol's bass scene usually heralds the D&B and dubstep crews as the champions, there's a fine line of deeper, more experimental bass artists in the Wild West too, and Forget Me Not are a great place to start. "Should Be Stronger" ignites with deep house panache and a Hercules & Love Affair style vocal before shuffling hi-hats and a soaking wet sub make their way into the mix. "Big Tings" continues this garage flex with a Ramsey & Fen style four-to-the-floor workout, complete with a very authentic vocal sample. "How Long" brings us to a fittingly sophisticated conclusion thanks to swooning breakbeats and deep jazz pad work. Beautiful... You won't forget these dudes in a hurry.
Hailing from the deeper end of Bristol's bass lagoon, Forget Me Not are back with three classy new joints on Losing Suki. "Everything But Love" continues further into the sultry, jazz-flecked after hours territory previously only hinted at, "I Know" marries a vintage Whitney vocal snippet to a moody tech-house groove,and "Evil" is a bass pounding electro-house closer, complete with a totally out-there spacey breakdown.