Handle Me EP Continuing to set a new standard of technical excellence in Deep House, the relentless CitySeven reaches its ninth release with an exceptional and eclectic EP from founding collaborator Several Definitions (formerly Keith of "Radi and Keith"), who is also starring on the Knee Deep label after being courted by Hot Since 82. In the title-track, "Handle Me", disco percussion bubbles above respirator gasps and submarine bass as deep-sea harmonic currents shift and subside and soulful cries well up from an aquatic abyss. Perhaps the most dance-orientated of the set, "La Grace" belies its name with agitated arpeggios, sinister synth figures, demonic utterances and a brutishly insistent beat. "In My Head" gives us a glimpse of the artist's process, playing like a soundtrack to the composition of a soundtrack as it drifts from upbeat New Romantic rhythms into a hazy Blade Runner-esque future soundscape. As a fittingly multifaceted coda, "To The End" sets electronic allusions to the energetic claps and vigorous brass ostinati of funk against mellow uplifting strings and determinedly downbeat and detuned vocal blues.