'Lothian Buses' is an EP of genre collisions with Proc Fiskal amalgamating his twinkling, caffeinated grime sound with the rhythms
and sounds of other genres, without ever overthinking it.
To kick off, 'Thurs Jung Yout' is a kind of shoegaze drill with strings and gentle tones swelling and dissipating against busy drill
beats. 'Baguettes' is a more classic Proc sound, a galloping rhythm against a sparse melody that was a quick fix up for a show
that turned out well. 'Choco Frito (Calamari)' was influenced by the good life, DJing in Portugal in the sunshine and hearing Kuduro
played out. The latticing drum patterns nod to the style, dropping into a sunny accordion chorus with a plucked guitar line.
'Scarab Aloph' is Proc's style compressed, full of micro-glitches, tight drum fills and incidental drop-outs across a pretty melody,
while 'HopeTak2' is his percussive, breezy take on funky house with smiley melodic stabs. Finally, 'Mullit Madollock' takes the
sonics of airy Bukem-style atmospheric jungle, an instantly recognisable inspiration that's not been as foregrounded in Proc's
work before, refitted and updated with grime-inspired melodic bass kicks.