Hesk occupies the same kind of space that DJ Clap does in footwork. It's those big, lush, happy bangers. It's footwork stripped of most of its ghetto-isms and its lo-fi aesthetic. This may offend some people's purist sensibilities, but that's just not how we function at Diffusion. Hesk is undeniably fun, as best seen in 'I've Been Looking', with its chipmunk vocals, L.A.-beat inspired chops, and big, booming bangs. On 'K', Hesk takes a more dramatic approach - breathy vocals instead of ecstatic bits and pieces, more of a throb than a bang, a fullness compared to most of juke's tinny timbres - which works just as well.