Si Begg is one of those producers who seems to knock out new EPs every month and is capable of changing styles as easily as he changes names. But while the names and music may change the quality invariably remains at the highest levels and Buss is no exception. On the surface it's an above par, ludicrously bass-heavy, electro two-step track with vocals supplied by Miss MC. But scratch the surface and you'll discover little snippets of disco, oriental flutes, rave sirens firing off and a track that builds and builds into a proper dancefloor monster.
Completing the EP are the ususal barrage of remixes, the sparser Bus Jump mix that harks straight back to the halcyon days of early UK hardcore with its rumbling bass and LFO-esque bleeps and the Club Mix which concentrates on ripping apart the rhythm track, pulling the beats apart till the stress fractures are audible and the mutated bassline is filtered back into the mix.
An extra track Moveup (MAH VIP Mix) is included and takes things into a twisted dancehall style reminiscent of the recent ragga experiments of The Bug, but without managing to sound quite as authentically grimy. This minor point aside, Buss is another fine addition to Si's extended discography and should be causing serious damage to dancefloors (and sound systems) everywhere.