Hailing from Australia, Bosstone's music mines the same fertile ground as Night Slugs' London take on Baltimore house and Croydon dubstep. Opening track "Lean" utilises a sparse arrangement, concentrating on rapid 808 kicks and whipcrack ghettotech snares to accent its brooding atmosphere. "Beaucoup" is a bit like Addison Groove under the influence of codeine, with juke inspired rhythms at a more manageable pace. "Makeup To Breakup" meanwhile recalls a Jacques Greene style take on futuristic R&B, albeit one more restrained with its melodies. Remix support comes from DJ Sliink, who transforms "Lean" with some popping synths and dooms laden sirens, Samename, who delivers a tight house reflex of "Beaucoup", and "Deebs", whose fractured hip-hop reworking "Makeup 2 Breakup" turns the original into a technicolour marvel.