Bass music has taken some seriously whimsical departures over the years but few artists capture its trippiest potential than San Fran sleaze-peddler An Ten Nae. Following his infamous "Acid Crunk" series, here we find him getting jiggy on a Sound Of Music / nursery rhyme flex. With a warped - but not too uncomfortable - child's rap melting over the groove, this is one unique jam that will make your dancefloor stop in their tracks. Remix-wise An Ten Nae offers up a tribal reversion while Ooah add more of a trap/R&B twist to the darkness. "Acid Spill" closes the show with a stark, spikey breakbeat workout complete with, you've guessed it... truckloads of acid funkery. Lovely.
Atomic Reactor's next offering comes on Muti Music, with a five-track EP of epic proportions containing four original tracks and a remix by kLL sMTH. First up we have the infectious dancefloor driven mash up "Body Movin'" which is all squelchy SFX and high pitched synths. Next is "Intergolemia" - a fidgety piece of musical mischief with bleepy melodies layered up. The title track is an onomatopoeic dream with smashing snares and quirky SFX in abundance. "Unreal" is another sci-fi soaring venture, whilst the kLL sMTH remix of "Body Movin'" offers a slice of something different.