Mutants continues its global showcase by heading down under to Sydney...Australia, a land synonymous with sunshine, tropical rain forests, the Great Barrier Reef, BBQs, wine, surf and, erm, filthy electro house. We can hear you scratching your puzzled heads at this last part; just how does a country renowned for its outdoor lifestyle and joyful disposition come to embrace the nocturnal menace and mischief of club culture?Festivals, answers the native Jimi Frew simply, Because of our fab weather weve taken club culture and transposed it into the festival format like no other. Put a few thousand people or more in a field and theyre going to want to rave hard. The beauty of electro house is its packed full of energy and provides an immediate spring board to party off of.All of which is why Jimi (or fRew as he used to be know) has cut his clubbing cloth listening to, and - in true fairytale fashion - working with the likes of Steve Aoki, Kid Kenobi, Bass Kleph, Tommy Trash and many more.Now comes Depth, his first release on Mutants and a guaranteed bullseye for any sun-drenched field or peak-time moment. The tracks title is cleverly inspired by the voice you hear in elevators that tells you whether youre going up or (as is the case here) going down. Its a wicked musical descent into the dark delights of electro dance that incorporates Moroderesque beats, twisted mid-line stabs and insane drum-rolls before it drops into an anthemic riff and breakdown that has more drama than combined episodes of Neighbours and Home and Away. Everything may seem bright and clean down here in Oz, says Jimi, But we know how to role up our sleeves and get down and dirty with the best of them. Thats what Depth is all about!