After a string of successful releases with Symbols Recordings, Jason Burns switches allegiance to Sounds Of Sumo for this newie. The label may be different, but the sound is that familiar blend of retro RnB samples, trap and of course, lots of bass. On the remix front it's a photo finish between Jook 10's raw warehouse rework and Oscar Luweez's cheeky 90s pastiche.
Symbols Recordings regular Jason Burns returns for his third outing on Kastle's label, perhaps one of the most prolific new imprints in the world of forward thinking bass music this year. Here he teams up with Brent Still Life for five tracks of futuristic R&B action; first up Burns goes solo with "Lightning", a piece of 2-step infused house with a killer vocal hook, then its Brent Still Life's turn with "I Could Blame You", a cool piece of icy R&B sampling bass smeared with sumptuous square waves. Next the pair team up for "Right Here" and "Ain't Nobody Do It", two tracks that combine the same pop sensibility with a ghettotech vibe.