Night Bass has bestowed three model new bass home hitters on listeners the discharge of Night Bass London [UKF10]. Comprised of simply three cuts, Night Bass London [UKF10] retains it sonically brief and candy, however however makes each second rely. The EP kicks off with the gravelly bass technics of opening quantity, the Static-supplied, “Phlegmatic Dogs.”
Moving ahead, “Phlegmatic Dogs” provides strategy to Nightline‘s underground-inflected “Shift K3Y.” Layered atop a driving bassline, the chopped, looping vocal cuts add a cool sense of grit to the darkish home displaying.
Corrupt shoulders closing duties with the Raas-assisted “I Don’t Care.” The ethereal, atmospheric tones that accent the music’s opening seconds lend a static-y enchantment to the monitor, however as streamers will indubitably agree, of all of the digital components that work in concord on “I Don’t Care,” it’s the undulating bassline that reigns supreme within the constructive context of the EP inclusion.