Batu has made a name with releases on Timedance and Livity's offshoot label, but before that happened, he released his two-tracker on Pinch's Cold imprint back in 2013. Positioned at the dark and austere end of the bass spectrum, it is a far cry from some of the sunnier iterations of that style that are currently in circulation. "Eraser" revolves around a one-note bleep sequence, frosty filters, distorted percussion and lumbering, all-encompassing bass. On "Stairwells", Batu deploys a similarly powerful bass, which hums and buzzes its way over a rolling drum pattern and an eerie synth line. There's very little to either track, but like the rest of Batu's catalogue, that's part of the appeal.
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