Seattle based world class musician - Jon McMillion - needs no introduction, but to get the heat wave of sounds, here is a brief description: This fueled amped soundscape techno-house 5 track EP album, generates an alternative instant dance floor classic. Bordering on the left-field electronica side of things with deep anthems, it is surely to revoke the standard of 4x4 deep techno-house rhythms and bring in an experimental techno-house dose with heavy sophisticated, synthetic arrangements, and background hypnotic lyrics. The first track, Removal, dwells into the fantasy of dazed synthetic paths. The lights of the pacific and Im Cassini orbit around the necessary desert-mood cool feeling. My Girl sets the pace for some space disco strobe dancing gears in style and salsa surrenders to the techno-dub side with bustling dimensional delayed patterns. As we come closer to the epic DIZ - last track and title of EP, the sound becomes timeless, painting the nostalgia of pure emotion with mesmerizing distorted guitars and synthetic melodies, both in a true form of underground house music; a trip to the stars. Dim the city lights of the desert and explore through this west coast creation. Arguably an instant classic.