Transhumanism & bass. May sound too much, but it's quite an accurate description for VRH's sound on this EP. Transhumanism blurs the hardware line between humans and technology, VRH achieves the same thing at an emotional level, using sound. His grooves are elaborated but they often appear simple and natural, intuitively efficient on the dancefloor. That''s the natural intelligence for you. On the other hand, the execution is so clean and precise it would be easier to blame it on robots. Everything is in place and every element has a precise functional purpose in the tracks, as if the assembly line itself was designed by an A.I.
The end result is fat, bouncy, dark, rolling, electro-industrial bass music at about 170bpm, with references ranging from jungle to footwork.
VRH must be a Serbian acronym for 'Evolution in Bass Music', we don't know exactly. What we know is that he is hailing from Serbia, a land of many hidden treasures, musically and otherwise. While in his home-country his reputation is settled in the d&b / bass music community, his international break-through is in full process and it's bringing a much needed fresh breeze.

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