||Om Unit continues his assault on 2010 bass, following critical acclaim and widespread public demand for his b-boy refix of Joker's 'Digidesign' and All City Dublin 7" 'Lavendar', both of which flew off the shelves like uncaged birds at the start of this year. Throw in a forthcoming EP for Plastician's Terrorhythm label, and you have an artist who positively oozes the here and now. Letting his music do the speaking, Om Unit has built a name for himself as a producer's producer, someone who can comfortably dip in and out of styles and genres without contrivance, while - more importantly - being eminently capable of putting his own twist on whatever direction he's heading in. 'Searching' is undoubtedly his biggest, most anthemic and crowd-pleasing track to date, a yearning soulful theme for Generation Bass which has the same rousingly emotive and unifying qualities as peak time fixtures from previous club eras. It has been a weapon of choice in Plastician's sets for months now, rightfully leading to white-hot anticipation of its release. Adding further buy-on-sight appeal is the thunderous B-side remix by long-time Om Unit collaborator EAN, formerly one half of the creative genius behind Various Production.