KiNK returns to boe after his mesmeric first full solo outing with the Signal EP back in march. This time, he drops an unbelievably groovy original house track that will be a sure fire winner for those who like a bit of swing and noodle. Get Nervous has the trademark KiNK electronic percussion elements with fuzzy hats and crisp claps that tickle the listener in to the subtle intro. The track slowly builds energy with the increasing release on a synth bell twisted with ping pong delays before the swinging bass hits you with a thump. The track grooves its way along until reaching a crescendo where the beat kicks back in and an automated moog synth from disco hell takes it to a hands in the air moment. On remix duty is the Dutch man of the moment, David Labeij from Polder. With previous solo releases on Sushitech and Remote Area, David is the ideal artist to complement the sound of Get Nervous. David uses the original samples intelligently and layers them to a modern tech house track that has a moody late night feel. Just how we like it. An Organic bassline bumps along.