Today, I am especially excited to share with you "Bodyroll" by Vancouver creative Rook Milo. The reason being, I have a penchant for heavy bass that is rather particular, and so it’s rare that I come across something perfectly gratifying, but it happened with this track. This time, there’s a sinister vibe, but deliciously sinister, if you know what I mean. “Bodyroll” is the first track on Milo’s upcoming EP in collaboration with Vancouver designer MMVIII. The standout track boasts spaced-out, yet hard-hitting production, toting rhythmic hi-hats and creeping keys. Milo’s distinctly and meticulously minimal aesthetic has not gone unnoticed, and deserves every bit of praise and more. We suggest you keep your eye on this talented, emerging producer. For the fellow Canadians, don’t miss Rook Milo at Fortune Sound Club on July 18th with Yung Lean and the Sad Boys.