Norway’s Balsa Wood label saw its launch earlier this month with “Saviour,” a new single which comes ahead of a forthcoming EP for the imprint from Berlin-based artist Boska. A producer who initially cut his teeth in the Norwegian capital Tromsø’s club music scene—and eventually landed releases on imprints such as Permanent Vacation and Studio Barnhus—Boska’s bass-heavy brand of club constructions sounds alive and well on “Saviour.” Lined with sharp bits of percussion and precisely tuned bass drums, “Saviour” spends most of its six-minute run rolling and rattling alongside a string of sci-fi synths, with a few new-age chords thrown in for good measure. “Saviour” is out now as a digital single, while the Balsa Wood label is set to issue its proper inaugural release, Boska’s Cascades EP, on May 22.