Perhaps all this excitement explains why "Husk" is one of Matt Walker's most restrained offerings yet. Built around a single-note flute blast, Bashmore himself is quoted as saying that the track is "polished with the fine gloss of New Beat." That may be overplaying it, but the tempo is certainly pitched down in comparison to much of the JB oeuvre. There are familiar Bashmore tropes on show too, not least that frantic military snare roll that rises from the ether.
The flip, "Pelican," is a different matter. A meeting of deep and crispy synths in an early '90s UK house style, ghostly electro pan-pipes and crashy, jacking claps, its winning element, however, is the juddering bassline. We'll put money on it being the one with most legs.