Proud winner of Finland's 'Most Famous Badboy' award for 13 years straight, there's very little Rico Tubbs doesn't know about bass music. He's tried his hand at all related styles and nailed them all with distinction. Take this very EP; "Temple Of Doom" is a low-tempo ride into bowls of a cartoon hell, "King Of Kong" is a glitchy, high-end ride into moombahton central while "KillaSound" rides the trap fantastic with pant swinging sleaze and attitude. Three completely different bass vibes, three completely different ways to wow the trousers off your dancefloor.
Ready for a trap attack? Of course you are. Who isn't? Luckily Rico and Will are here with two fine examples of how trap has risen from its ghetto roots and developed into the laser-reaching beast it is today. "Bass Track" opens with an aggressive lick (and a very well known very sample) before building into a crescendo of rush-soaked synths. "Horn Track", meanwhile, adds even more drama to the mix thanks to the heady mix of staccato synthetic horns and, yes, another very very well known sample. Clever. Heavy. Winner.