The globe trotting den of iniquity that is Less is More is proud to celebrate 6 glorious years of sweat soaked dancing and debauchery with a compilation of music from some of it's most well loved participants. Arriving as a series of 2 EP's and later to arrive integrally in digital formats, part 1 kicks things of hot and heavy with brand new material from 3 of dance music's fastest rising stars. Ahmet Sisman begins the proceedings with a moaning slice of sexed up disco funk. Appropriately titled Raw as Nature, it's slow slung bass line and seductive vocal manipulations are sure to get any party in a down and dirty frame of mind. Not to be out done, William Kouam Djoko turns in a slice of classic Detroit house business with his tune Soul Defect, all smooth bass and chords and a shuffled funk that would make Anthony Shake Shakir proud. Last but not least Jin Choi pulls back on the reins ever so slightly and relocates the party to an imaginary Plastic Beach at some desert oasis between Lagos and Addis Ababa. With it's stumbling african percussion, classic house piano stylings and ephemeral scat vocals, Plastic Beach is the perfect selection for cooling things down in the early (or late) hours of the morning. An incredible EP from start to finish, and a fine glimpse into the musical bordello Less is More devote attendees have come to expect. ...