Whether you know Erb N Dub from his Technique releases alongside KG as Hashtag, from his supercharged four deck DJ sets, his live band Wicked City or any of his other multitude of projects, you know he's a musician with ambition. An ambition which is perfectly summed up by the motto Let Me Fly, this EP's title track. Skope shares production duties, and smoking vocals are laced by Damien Soul, whose blue-sky voice soars over reinforced-concrete beats and gritty mids and basses, bringing alive the sound of summer in the city. Then we step into Moshpit. Airy pads and chimes are quickly annihilated by uncompromising serrated-blade evolving synth strikes, building to a steel-toed dropkick as the beats and bass hit. Parallax offers classic-sounding arpeggios which lead to a catchy, bouncy, head-nodding drop with pedigree that stretches back to eighties electro. Finally, Erb N Dub gives us Paper Chasing. If you remember raving to dark techiness in the late nineties and early noughties, time to get your lighters in the air. With this EP, Erb N Dub has proven once more, as if it needed proving, that he's a true musician rather than simply an assembly-line beatmaker. It's time to join the Erb N Dub journey and see where his ambition can take us now.