Amon Tobin calls these six tracks 'rhythms'... Bit of an understatement; we would rather describe these cuts as pure evidence that there is still so much more potential and room to explore bass music, sound design and instrumental hip-hop than most people assume. But that's not such a snappy title. Bottom line: Each cut is right at the boundaries of various genres and oozes dense, uncompromising textures that show more and more layers on every listen. Highlights include the Radioactiveman style breakbeat sword-slayer "Adrian's Rhythm" and the daft counter play of bass tones and processes on "Cashew Rhythm" but, in all honesty, there's not a dull moment throughout. Welcome back Two Fingers... Don't leave it so long next time!
Dehousy has been a touch sporadic with his releasing output, with only one release to his name on Conquistadores, but here is proudly surfacing on the French (Re)Sources label with an extended EP of sparse broken breats and cavernous walls of sonics. "Unknown Fluids" itself is a thing of beauty, where dubbed-out drones meet lonesome percussion shots, but we're also vibing "On The Edge" and Trap Door's remix of the same track, a strangely angelic sequence of sounds amid the darkness and menace of the groove. Tight!