Sir Hiss is based in Bristol, a key facet of the city's cutting edge bass culture community.
Using grime-facing sub-low experimentation as the spine for his endeavours, debut EP 'Saracen' was a bold, highly individual introduction.
Linking with legendary Roll Deep veteran Manga St Hilare for last year's excellent ‘Outsiders Live Forever’ EP, he returns to solo duties for a new release on Trapdoor Records.
'Frequent Flyer' is a hugely broad EP, with its five tracks moving across entire continents, while always using grime's nexus of influences as a reference point.
We're able to share 'Samba De Orfeu' which of course shares its name with a famous samba composition.
There's a breezy, almost chilled out air to the piece, while is held together by that 140 chassis, somehow broadening his colour palette while reinforcing those pivotal UK elements.
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