Encompassing everything from glitchy electro, shiny Detroit techno and crunky, low-down rhythms, Mele's output of originals and remixes so far (including his much-rinsed rejig of DHS' "House of God") has been simply essential for fans of future-looking bass music. On "Starlight", he goes straight for the jugular with a huge drop into an early '90s acid groove - peppered with a host of electro tricks - while "Lego" gets on an Addison Groove with a Juke/Miami Bass tempo and plenty of dirty south-influenced snares. With "What's The 411" reminding of Canblaster with its gonzoid rhythms and "Raider" again viciously flicking between juke, dubstep and crunk, this EP continues to keep Mele in place as one of UK bass's leading lights.
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