Review: Syneater hails from the US and is a big 90s fan. However although you can hear influences from that era in his music, he never goes full retro. Instead "Rat At At" is a slice of forward thinking bass music, starting from a base of 4 x 4 and dubstep, the tune explores some pretty moody deep bass zones peppered with some killer MC flow. Nasty!
Review: America's Syneater returns to the Ohm Bass imprint with a scorching new old-school cut, and it's fair to say that this dude is on one hell of a roll as of late! "Push Aside" is nuthin' but a hip-twisting garage lick knee deep in mutant low-end and chopped-out vocals. The tune brings together everything from early NY house to noughties UK garage. Another winner from the one like Syneater!
Review: Experiential UK bass at its best here, as Syneater steps forward for an inspired three track EP. We begin with the soulful vocal sampling and refined 4X4 bass design of 'Look Inside' before rolling into the more unpredictable bass movements and darkened melodies of 'Not Alone'. We then wrap the EP up nicely with the tearout that is 'Over You' that pulls together some seriously gritty synthesis and some more subtle drum work for a bass driven banquet.