Another classic to celebrate its 10 year existence, “Goat Stare” by Loefah, is bass science of the highest order. Probably the ultimate ‘half step’ track, a style that Loefah almost single-handedly pioneered. Taking it’s title from the television series “The Men Who Stare At Goats” – about undercover research and use of bizarre military techniques and weapons – and using a sample from the David Cronenberg film “Scanners”, the track is built on a slow half step rhythm, a huge echoey drum and a giant bassline that’s created so that on a big system it literally ‘scans’ your body, which means you feel it all over. “Root” is more musical, but it’s another slug stepper, thick and heavy like molasses, with a big building modulating bassline, thick miasmic echoey toms and symbols. Not to be listened too whilst operating heavy machinery!