Spilt Milk the label behind some of London's best parties step out with their 3rd release. This EP features four tracks skilfully put together by St. Bernard, who gives us the 2 original cuts for the record. The originals are also expertly flipped by Tred Benedict and Alexi Delano to round out the EP in superbly low-slung fashion.
When You Do opens proceedings with a flourish of shimmering washed out dub stabs almost delicately placed over the marching beat. St. Bernards opening track conjures up progressive but full on rhythm with dubbed out hats that make this one, really take the lead. A versatile opener that really brings you in.
Alexi Delano remixes with his fierce tech house assault with a seriously trippy take on the original. Freaky synth work and surreal modulation remove the hypnotic style of the other remix and offers up a more acid trip.
The Tred Benedict remix sees things stripped right back to the core. No emotive stabs here, the vocal turns hypnotic and repetitive. The focus is on an infectious groove that's sure to keep the floors rolling, in the repetition grows a certain beauty.
Vince Street closes up the EP. A straight up roller built for those hot, late and sweaty dancefloors, who are ready to go hard into it. Minimal, aggressive and subby this track flips the script with the EP and adds that extra element that a great EP needs...