Dutch producer Frits Wentink continues to flourish in the follow up to his debut LP Rarely Pure Never Simple that was released on WOLF Music back in March this year.
Throughout releases on Heist and Wolf, Frits has consistently drawn for his arsenal of synths, effects and drum machines and through doing so has stitched a sound characterised by raw drums, analogue bass tones and odd, lo-fi samples. Whilst maintaining ties with the aforementioned labels, Frits has also recently created his own platform in Bobby Donny - a space for him and his friends to experiment that has so far seen records from himself and San2.
Now - the follow up to San2's Impartial Perspective EP Frits lines up the 3rd release on Bobby Donny - Horses In Cornfield: a naturally sequenced, 4-track EP brimming with gently wobbling piano samples, tightly swung drums and thick, brazen bass lines. The title track kicks things off with crispy claps and thrumming tape textures before wild blobs of filter synth tones and sparse piano chords come into play. Girls in Matching Bathing Suits' then sits an unusual croon over driven, long-tailed kick drums before Man At Parade drives a tight, irresistible groove through a sweet, circling piano sample and more playful synth work. Bouquet At Rest then sets more scuzzy drums plodding through a 2-note piano riff and free-flowing effects control that caps off another fine addition to the Bobby Donny series and another stellar release from Frits Wentink.