Boomkat Product Review:
2nd serving from Ziro homes in further on a fresh, rugged and technoid UK bass sound. The timbre, pacing and momentum of 'Pulse' feels like a late '90s Surgeon or Regis cut revamped for the bassbin huggers, whilst 'Twitch' hangs off the groove with a gruffer rollers groove built from hard-edged drums and swollen subbass hits. Best of all is the teched-out B-side, 'Fractures' - a mean feat of complex, spiky drum programming and gargantuan subbass heft haunted with Metalheadz-like vocal stabs. Impressive stuff.