This 8 Bit extravanganza begins with 'Air' a Japanese sounding organ stab with a subtlety accentuated by the honey smooth vocals of Trinity resident Lady Trinity followed with philosophical talk rap from 'Louis Zico' whose distinctive voice balances beautifully with hers before bringing in German rapper Oppkast Ala Kart to conclude an evening around the table getting high and talking low. 'Earth' begins subtly with the luscious vocals of ........... over a hard crushing beat and addictive bass melody proving itself a serious dancefloor filler as 'Jody Bigfoot' drives in with the power of mother earth reclaiming her lost strength which sums up the philosophy of 'Earth' before 'Zico' attacks with further bullet point precision that force us to think about the effect us humans are having on mother earth as she is destroyed and raped. The protest continues in 'Fire' which gives us a digital steppas rhythm with the ethereal vocals of ......... creating a memorable hook before 'Zico' enters with a perfectly intonated barrage of truth to consider, the chorus giving us ample respite before the hard hitting intro of 'Jody Bigfoot' delivers a highly intelligent onslaught of anti Govt. protests via heavy bass punchy vocals which overtake the heaviness of the bass, drilling in the power of this disgruntled Trinity of expressive vocalists. 'Metal' begins unexpectedly with an urgency confirmed by Jody and Zico's double speed reams of consciousness melted down into a comical continuation with an almost cartoon like sound before furthering their mission with a call and response vocal between the 2 tight, distinctive and deep thinking MC's. Deej comes in like a cameo character from an episode of the 80's 'Batman,' with a distinct Newcastle slant that brings us calmly to the close. 'Spirit' is a laid back rider reminiscent of 'Dela Soul' with Zico's relaxed rap, followed by a perfect hook that leads you floating into the sky. Re-enter Jody Bigfoot with serious and wisely delivered poetry intonated perfectly over the breezy instrumental. A sweet head nodder bringing us to our grand finale. 'Water' takes us to a track that incidentally makes one feel a little like they are floating on water as Bigfoot edges in softly with a repetitive thought provoking remembrance to 'slavery.' This is a diamond finisher with the ability to lull one into a deep peaceful sleep as the 8 bit melody tones gently take us into the distance. Then just as I thought the journey was over Louie comes in like a fashionably late staff member and throws his final piece on the joyous puzzle that is the Helgeland EP.