Ghost Mutt is an enigma in our books, often brilliant, but seemingly without the ability to put forth a cohesive release. The Sasquatch and Sweat Mode EPs both had their highlights, but neither performs especially well as an individual document. On November 18, the Brighton-based producer will attempt to prove us wrong with his second EP on Donky Pitch, titled Rumble Pak. Sonic kin of producers like Jimmy Edgar and Lockah (who’s also released on Donky Pitch), Ghost Mutt takes a manic, maximalist approach to funk, hip hop and Joker’s purple realm of dubstep, melding the three into an intensely fun experience. Take “3010”, our first taste of Rumble Pak. It’s a commanding, synth-oriented track that has too many elements to count. There’s that chord progression reminiscent of Lex Luger, pounding, off-kilter kick drums, bright synth washes and a number of female vocal samples. There are bed spring, kiss and male soul samples. It’s a beautiful, captivating mess reminiscent of Rustie’s best work. Stream “3310” below and look out for the EP on the 18th.