Shadowy "bemdy bass" specialist Club Winston has done a good job in hiding his, her or their identity. Whoever is behind it, the project's regular releases are bouncy, weighty and pleasingly forthright, with each of their tracks in some way doffing a cap to either UK funky, garage, bassline, donk or techno (or sometimes a few of these styles at once). There's plenty of rock-solid peak-time fodder to be found on the latest Club Winston EP, from the sharp rave riffs, rumbling sub-bass and speed garage-influenced beats of 'Soft Half' and the raw, acid-flecked 4/4 insanity of 'British Kiss', to the donk-tastic heaviness of 'Long' and the immersive ambient warmth of saucer-eyed closing cut 'Don't Give Up'.