The young nordic label is back at it with a sturdy 12" vinyl release, produced by the Helsinki underground electronic music champion Poly Sone.
The three tracker kicks off with an intro track titled 'Come Find Me' which combines stripped down rhythm patterns with a subtle choir pad. On top of the foundation, an entrancing spoken word verse works as the main ingredient throughout the track.
As the needle pushes onwards to the title track 'Echolocate', the listener is confronted with a robust wall of low-end, soon accompanied by rolling percussions and clever use of reverb and delay. The simple composition highlights its sterling production and makes for a highly useful dancefloor tool.
The last track 'Helix' bundles up the record nicely as the most melodic one of the bunch. The agile synth stabs and dystopic pads operate on a surprisingly groovy soil of bass and drums which add up to a dreamy whole.
In all its variety, Poly Sone's 'Echolocate EP' can be considered the dancers as well as the DJs choice.