Resounding sounds from the mystery grime merchant known to most as GHSTGHSTGHST as he makes his debut on Deekline's Hot Cakes Bass. The reese-fuelled "Anthemic" sets the scene with such devilish clarity you might lose your trousers, it's followed by the droning bass and ghettotech stomps and vocal samples of "Nova", the twisted disco stabs and grizzly bass of "Bae Drop" before the gun-shooting, amen-firing, bouncer-bouncing "Door Beef" shuts us all down. Anthems abound.
You may already be familiar with mysterious producer GHSTGHSTGHST from his Grime edits and remixes over the past 12 months, but on "Work Wid Me" he presents us with a, well.. 'Unholy' mixture of grime, UK funky, techno and deep house which is perfect to haunt out early morning dancefloors in city basements. "Joy" is the most energetic offering on here, that still keeps the spooky vibe (a bit) but definitely more uplifting with its wonky bassline and swing fueled rhythm getting some right hands in the air moments.