Idriss D and Fabrizio Maurizi welcome back to their label Francesco Bergomi (a.k.a. F.Bergomi) and Rush?. As eclectic as ever, the iconic Memento Records takes its music catalog one step further with this split Ep, featuring 4 off-the-wall tracks that stand out as some of the most uncompromising ever released on its roster. Gianni Sabato and Alfredo Caforio have been producing collectively as Rush? their own Southern Italy influenced abstract house and techno for quite some time now. One of their previous tracks was included in Cassy's Cocoon Heroes Mix, giving the duo international exposure and wide acclaim. Francesco Bergomi releases on Dubfire's groundbreaking SCI+TEC Digital Audio and his music has been played and charted by some of the top djs wolrdwide. Rush?'s "Raw Shop" is built around a percussive pattern and features a whole array of claps and cow bells that flow along spaced out noises, atmospheric pads and quirky vocals, while Quorum"'s orgy of galloping chords is a mind trip. Francesco Bergomi's "Black Ice"'s dark melodies and dub vibes sneak in at 122 bpm, slowing down the pace to an obscure and lurking rhythm, with creeping analog progressions and eerie spectral sounds; "Bodies"'s heavy drums boast open right into your face, and the exploding bass line kicks in like a mammoth low frequencies beast. Old school synth stabs and a ghostly break close off this tune sending shivers down the spine.