No stranger at all to electronic music, the ever deep and acidic Billy Dalessandro makes his EP debut on Archipel with a four track package entitled "Bootsy's Bass". The title itself is in whole indicative of what one shall find within these aural weavings. The title track "Bootsy's Bass" is endowed with darkened, warped and yet highly funky low-Hz magick which slithers and slides precisely and effortlessly amongst devilishly charming percussive architecture. "Piri Piri" takes on heavy and plush Detroit styles hues applied with Dalessandro's trademark hearty funk laden brushstrokes whilst "Piri Piri 303" gives rise to a subtle and softly intense pit of bevelled acidic magma, sticking to an irresistibly nostalgic palette but with much novel clarity and contrast. "Teo's Lullaby" is the softer of the four but remains highly enveloping in its warm characteristics and carefully orchestrated contortive manoeuvres, forming a deeply heart heating core; a most engaging set of glossy ribbons of multi-hued light gently wrapping around one another in an eternal spheric dance.