Review: French label Stereofly serve up two prog-tinged minimal cuts from label regular Bimma. 'Glide' itself sits pretty happily under the 'minimal' banner but is both faster-paced and sonically busier than such a description might lead you to assume, with an ominous bass drone and crisp beats underpinning an understated acid line while other, chirpy synth sounds flutter away at the top end. A similarly hefty synth bassline provides the backbone of the accompanying 'Tada', which starts out in minimal territory but slowly morphs into an ever-evolving synth epic of the kind favoured by Messrs Digweed, Cattaneo et al.
Review: We now land in the Onepuf zone for a look at a brand new release from Bimma, who brings his unique fusion of techy themes and UK bass music to the table with fantastic results. The title track for this one goes by the name of 'Prism' and is a fantastic creation to say the least, forging clicky percussive melodies with dark rolling drum and sub maneuvers, followed by the blend of UK funky rhythms and unusual bass designs on 'Reactor Core'. On remix duty, Murder He Wrote gives 'Prism' a dubwise onceover, before Coldpast delivers a super crunchy UKG refit of 'Reactor Core'.