Number three in the series, "Lonely Acid" is an immaculately produced slice of lysergic soul, recalling those formative days of house emerging from Chicago's underground gay scene but rendered in glorious 21st century Technicolour.
It's another instantly catchy track, which works wonderfully well in its original vocal form (that's The Beauty Room's Simon Jinadu adding sublime vox), but takes on a whole new shape in the truly incredible remixes.
The 'Bubble Club Takes A Trip' version effortlessly straddles the point where Italo meets early house and takes more than a few sips of the acid punch before purposefully wading into the fray.
As if that wasn't enough to further confirm BC as one of the most exciting new labels around, they've raised the bar once again with a truly gobsmacking interpretation from NY's Brennan Green. Taking the lysergic inspiration in hand he pulls off a beautifully tripped out dub excursion, which sounds like Basic Channel / Rhythm & Sound remixing Paul Simpson (*drool*).