Hot Cakes head honcho is back once again with another blazing bass bomb. The one like Deekline never disappoints and "Flute Ting" is yet another example of why he continues to make that booty clap year after year. Holding true to our motto, "Ghetto style guaranteed," this low-end slumper is sprinkled with just enough classic hip-hop flava to get the club wet. The instantly recognizable flute sample gives way to a trap fueled romp through heavy 808s and impeccably timed percussion. Layered into the cut is a sick flow that leads you straight through for a second drop that adds an element of sultry dirty bass to the mix. It would be a crime against bass to mix this one out before it gets nasty. Having run his first club night in 1990, and with a production pedigree reaching back to the 90s, Tim Healey's been the UK's ambassador of leftfield house since the early noughties. One half of Coburn, whose genre-busting global hit "We interrupt this programme" (Data) He took a break from the studio to launch a restaurant in Brighton, Kooks, but this year he's back with big guns blazing. He's got a slew of releases lined up for 2017, and for starters, there's this collaboration with Atomic Drop. Tim talks through his techy-housey remix of Deekline's 'Flute Ting'.