Pablo Say brought us a great two track ep called H2O EP. In it we can appreciate the great work of this Spanish producer on his solo work for Basswalk. The first track H2O presents a fantastic but simple techno groove that gets perfectly complemented by the ambiences in the back and great play around with the vocals too. Also the synth during the breaks finishes adding that touch of tension needed to blow everything away with great quality and power. I've Decided Underground presents a more tech house approach, but still has a very strong combination of bass and percussions that gives it a big push forward alongside the same kind of ambiences used to create the fantastic atmosphere that surrounds the whole ep. The remixes as usual, comes by two fantastic producers. The first one is made by the Italian producer Enzo Tucci, who took H2O and give it a twist to bass line changing the groove completely, but still has enough elements of the original track to keep that great techno vibe. The second and last remix of I've Decided Underground was in charge of the Argentinean producer Joaco Cabrin, who went through a more minimalistic road, but never loosing that great tech feeling from the original and also adding a couple of layers of percussions to create a fantastic rhythm to the track. This is definitely a very complete ep with several variations to cover all tastes.