Introduced to a fresh concept: the Foley-and-music fusion library. A great idea made real by a talented producer, Kitchen Things is by turns coolly esoteric, compellingly weird, and laugh-out-loud funny. On Foley V2: Trash, we’re treated to the same formula: loops (80, delivered at 130 and 200 BPM) and one shots (42 to be exact) The main draw is percussive impacts on cans, buckets, bottles, and more. These thuds, thumps, booms, clangs and ratchets, all made by striking household objects with hands and sticks, sound deep, round and rich, and are graced with great, highly detailed transients—they are, in fact, musical. The beats made with these sounds are just plain groovy, with a vibe and sparkle that, again, perfectly speaks the language of music—trash music for sure, but so tight and sonically pleasing! Back to the main draw—impact sounds suited for both Foley and music—you can be equally comfortable dropping Foley hits on your timeline, importing the one shots into your drum sampler to make totally complete kits, or using the loops in your music as complete beats. In every case, you’ll be well on to some great sounds—bang on.