Things on Solide have gradually been broadening and progressing. The release catalogue of the core members has been shaping up. At the same time, bonds have been made, synergies with other artists have been coming to life. The circle is opening up and increasing. So it's no surprise that the newest addition to the label's catalogue is a Various Artists EP, submitted by close fellows of the imprint.For starters, we have Rhode & Brown - as in 'Munich's finest' or runners of the tastefully curated Slam City Jams or basically just known for their buzzing releases on Toy Tonics, Needwant or Public Possession. With "Sendling Sidewalks", the duo's chipping in a tune that amazingly accomplishes to play through the whole spectrum of emotiveness without sounding cheesy for just one second. Thick grooving bass in here, tender strings and a just irresistible floor appeal.Shan has caused quite a stir recently with his offerings on Running Back and nothing less should be the result of his contribution to this EP. "Sequence", in contrary to the other tunes in this batch, is a quite earnest and resolute solidification of an apparent knack for Electro-induced 80ies vibes and tension building arpeggio arrangements. This jam might come as a surprise after his last releases, but a surprise of the most positive sort, that is.Rounding things off are Cosmo & Kramer from Hamburg. Getting their moniker from "Seinfeld" already speaks for them as trustworthy people, but their understanding of emotive Housemusic should no less be opening ears and hearts in all respects. "Last Government" comes as a sun warmed tune, arranged with an obvious appreciation for things deep and soulful, starring an arpeggio ride that finds his way through various filter journeys.