01. EiZO – My Sun [4:38]
02. EiZO – Mold [4:33]
‘My Sun’ and ‘Mold’ both follow the same motions, whilst still having an individuality which strides through their compositions, making it easy to understand why EiZO has garnered so much heat in recent months. At first, it’s easy to see how ‘My Sun’ is more delicate in its approach than its flipside, with its scuttling layers of percussion and tightly-fashioned drum rolls. However when the bass drops, it definitely hits full force and you’re taken down with it, creating a concoction of light and dark elements which help to make the listener aware of the signature which EiZO is building around his own platform. On the reverse, ‘Mold’ takes form, thumping forward on metallic kick drums and quickly-jittering hi-hats, the type which set the pace as it gradually explodes into action. ‘Mold’ still holds true to its A-side, but follows the same dynamic layers and engineering which prove that EiZO is definitely a name to watch coming through the competition. The thumping drum relays of ‘Mold’ add an extra weight, one which is carried across the track’s entirety and proves that these are just as destructive in the clubs as they are through personal speakers.
Hyperactivity Music are definitely an anomaly within their time and just looking at their back catalogue is a good demonstration of what they have to offer, as well as the tracks they have waiting in the pipeline for a release.