Ah yes, it was about time that Beatrice Dillon and Call Super got into the studio together and, quite frankly, there would be no better place to house the results that London's game-defining Hessle Audio. Both artists have been close associates of the label for some time, and this collaboration feels exactly where the imprint should be at the moment - meandering effortlessly between the more experimental side of techno, and molecular shade of bass music. "Inkjet", the A-side swelter, oozes spewing beats from all corners of its glitchy, almost minimalistic framework of grey-scaled melodies and fiery, FX-laden atmposherics. On the fip, "Fluo" is a different form of construction altogether, laying the groundwork for what could become a fruitful relationship between free jazz and UK bass, where a steady 4/4 groove is brought to life by curious harmonic blends and sporadic changes of tempo. Yes to the Hessle crew!