Friends Electric Records are back with a new duo named: Burnt Poly. This partnerships sees Friends Electric's head man, J Alexander teaming up with multi talented Singaporean newcomer, Cassy T (Cassandra Tan). Cassy brings a wealth of musical knowledge to this duo and adds her own brand of musicality to the proceedings. Their debut EP is entitled, 'Brass Beginnings' of which the title track 'Eve' has been given a truly Berlin style, stripped back reworking by Mike Wall, a producer that is in great demand as both a master of the remix and producer of distinction. The next track on the Ep belongs to the debut girl herself and 'Cassy T's House Mix' certainly stands out, not least because of the catchy synth line that she composed with the skill of a house veteran! Add 909 hi hats and strong break downs and you have a hit on your hands by anyones standards. The Final track is 'Echo Brass' and at nearly 10mins long it's not hard to understand why it has been named, 'J Alexander's Epic mix' J Alexander has used live recordings of smashing glass to help drive the percussion but it's Cassandra's teasing brass, that builds and builds before breaking into a memorable lead that really stands out, another sign of the talent that beholds this young Singaporean.