|1.||"Sometimes The Only Way Out Is To Go Further In"|
|1.||"Faster Than The Speed Of Love"|
|2.||"Neon Black & Vulcane"|
London's Public Information are experts in the art of surprise. With artists like Austin Cesear and Katie Gately on their roster, one would never really expect to have Bass Clef turn up on there in full effect. While his sound is always pretty diverse, this is possibly one of his finest EPs yet, where techno, bass and house are all mashed up in a tasty cocktail of glitchy beats and hazy snares. "Sometimes The Only Way Out Is To Go Further In" is a jam you'd listen to for hours, whereas "Elsewhen" is a lot more lo-fi but nonetheless filled with odd melodies and nasty acid squelches. On the flip, "Faster Than The Speed Of Love" verges to almost electro levels, while "Neon Black & Vulcane" is the oddball of the lot. Broken beats, aqueous melodies and some great FX trickery. Sublime.
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