Want to hear a story? In the 1960s French weapons researcher Vladimir Gavreau developed a huge whistle capable of emitting deadly infrasonic frequencies. Plain talk? His sub-bass was murderous, literally. Think of Ced Gee's 808 bass kicks detuned past Goldie. Past Jah Shaka, and beyond, into some weaponized zone well south of King Tubby. Gavreau only jacked it in when the sound waves nearly ruptured his own vital organs. Bass, you see, is power. This, Skitz knows. British hip-hop's premier devotee of the low end has spent his career proving the saying who feels it knows it (being an upful kind of guy he draws the line at actually killing you with bass though). Still, that bass - rasping, as if telegraphed in from some cavern at the bottom of the sea - and those rim-shots have become instantly recognizable , making Skitz one of the few British hip-hop producers who can truly claim to have created his own sound.