Little is known about 2222 but in this instance it's more useful to let the music do the talking anyway. Detail's hard-hitting first track is a minimal stomp through electronic and neuro influences. With cinematic breakdowns and some serious atmospheric build-up, expect to hear it on a mixtape near you soon. Following this penchant for all things dark, crisp and minimal, Haemoglobin's offering steps hard to an echoing synthy backdrop. Noel & Exit9's "Can't Be There" softens the corners with a deliciously deep roller of a bassline, and to throw yet another curveball, Hidden Elements - "Nr 13" is a beautiful piece of microfunk, delicate and subtle with an intense level of production skill. One special EP.
Both Sunchase and Nickbee have fast become one of the main go-to neuro producers, but this remix from ProgRAM favourites Teddy Killerz and fellow Ukranian Malk showcases that evil flair to the extreme. With a serious rolling rhythm and bass that sounds like an electrical storm, "As We Look" deepens as it progresses. With sights set on a more intelligent tip, both releases show individual talents from all sides; "Proper Things" hits hard and plunges into the depths of sub pressure, building that tension and letting the top end slide around on tectonic bass. Impressive and subversive, it's hard to pin down a favourite. Solid additions to any crate, Sunchase is definitely becoming a buy-on-sight artist.