London label Brock Wild drops a split EP that is rooted in the madness of the 303 sound. First up is Enrico Saba with "Acid Groove". Featuring angry vocal samples, rolling snares and wild acid lines, it's a racuous, exhilarating affair, ideal for peak time usage. "303 Buzzer" by Niceteed, is even more deranged, with squelching, brain-melting 303s riding thunder claps and a firing rhythm. While "Mantra" by Lil'M & Jok and Miguel Rendeiro's "Feel That Way" aren't quite as intense and resound to slower tempos, they nonetheless feature the same kind of wild, tweaked acid lines and percussive builds. Rounding off the release is "Acid Phone", by Sammy W & Alex E, where an insistent vocal is woven over a rolling, conga-led groove.