First up, a disclaimer: Blue Daisy is actually a nice guy. Like, really nice.
Clash got on the blower to the London based producer earlier this year, and found a young artist who was all chuckles, laughter and enthusiasm.
It's important to mention this, though, because Blue Daisy's material is so defiantly dark, imposing.
New EP 'Psychotic Love' is out now via 37 Adventures, another blast of electronic intensity displayed with a fiercely held individuality. Down tempo hip hip with an industrial feel, there are traces of grime's outer limits in Blue Daisy's potent musical poison.
The title cut traces an obsessed lover, while the distorted vocals that dominate 'Cries Of The Beast' come straight from your nightmares.
'Devil's Pie' makes ominous use of space, with the soulful vocals recalling Massive Attack's more paranoid, glitchy, downright fucked up moments.
Ending with the Barnaby collaboration that is 'Fallin' Circles' this is one of Blue Daisy's most complete, impossible-to-ignore statements yet.
Oh, and you can stream it first on Clash.
'Psychotic Love' is out now - check out an interview with Blue Daisy HERE.