Also like Hot House, Basslines For Life saves its best track for last. Though that isn't to slight the rest: "Asteroids" and "Positive Vibes" do solid work with their driving rhythms and anthemic gusto, which "Vibradreams" translates to a more groovy swing with touches of acid and piano-house. Between Morrison's knack for warm tones, rich melody and versatile basslines, those three could quickly grab a dance floor's attention.
What sets "Basslines For Life" apart, then, is its resourcefulness. At seven minutes long and stripped of the usual synth overload, this percussive stomper makes the most of a skeletal arrangement that accentuates bold gestures as much as subtle tricks. Morrison only needs pepper in a distorted blues sample and fiddle with the bassline's filters to keep dancers locked into his jumpy beat. In its captivating and effective simplicity, "Basslines For Life" points to where Buz Ludzha could find a distinctive approach.