As always with Encrypted Audio, we are in for somewhat of a treat as they unveil this very classy sounding three track expanse from Burke, who has also been in fantastic form of late. We kick off with the spooky melodic twists and sharpened drum slaps of 'Yu'll Do Nuttin', which sets the tone perfectly for the rest of the EP with it's hard-hitting rhythmic design. From here, we dive into 'Village Eejit', a sub-heavy warbler that would cause damage on any system with its minimal structure and explosive low ends. Finally, things get spacey as Argo steps up on remix duty to revamp 'Bram Stoker' into a heavily weighted roller, adding a perfect amount of variation to the EP as a whole.
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