The third full EP released on Entropy Music sees Icicle stepping back up to the plate delivering 4 uncompromising 90's leaning bare-bones rollers synonymous to his sound. On 'Cycles' Long time friend and collaborator Alix Perez lends his hand and the result is a minimal quirky stepper best explained against the background of Jonny L's metallic outings from two decades ago.
The lead track 'Days' screams 'Optical' where splashy beats meet thick dark warped bass. A sound as central to drum and bass now as it was in '98. And with 'Turn' and 'Noisecraft' Icicle is further underlining the propose of this EP, namely, reconnecting with the unadulterated dark and rolling sounds of the early years of drum and bass. Not hiding behind technique and process but laying bare the soul and energy of bass music.