Review: The Danish doing UK bass on a brand new Munich label Ruffhouse: every direction you check this, it sounds and feels legit. "122 Eden Beach" busses up traces and trails of Baltimore, UK funky and post garage with caverns of dubspace between each militant and technoid element. "Street Lights" dips the lamps for a lower, slower ambient jam that's loosely laced with classical motifs and instrumentation. Remix-wise label founder Top Shotta and Danny Scrilla razz out on the edits with much more of a ghetto feel to the groove on "122 Eden Beach" while SCNTST adds a classic jungle break to "Street Lights". The digital versin comes with two extra tracks; "Deeper Causes" is an atmospheric amen tearout, heavy on the choppage, light and airy on the pads. "The Happy Fall" is an avalance of claps, cowbells, chops and screws. What an absolute dream of a debut release. Sleeping is not advised.