Hot on the heels of the second Use of Weapons release - Cottams highly acclaimed dancefloor exciter Sunrise Sunset - comes the Ghetto Science Institute EP from label honchos Deep Space Orchestra. 2011 has been a busy year for DSO so far with releases on Delusions of Grandeur, Home Taping, Winding Road and ART, imminent appearances on Quintessentials, Tracky Bottoms, Instruments of Rapture and Drumpoet Community and guestmixes for the likes of Gilles Petersons Worldwide and Michael Ruettens Soulsearching radio shows. Not wishing to rest on their burgeoning laurels, the duo deliver another blistering EP for their own label with two killer remixes from grizzled dancefloor veteran Neville Watson and Italian house music stallion Marcello Napoletano. Ghetto Science Institute chucks vintage synth burbles, acid house drum patterns and a bit of random streetside philosophy into the cauldron before tipping it over and unleashing the hidden techno monster within. Scary. Vanishing Point builds slowly, combining layer upon layer of beguiling synth pads and percussion before analogue bass and crisp beats dispense with the pleasantries and hit hard. On the flip, Neville Watson tempers Ghetto Science Institutes slightly more uncouth leanings with lush melodies but keeps the focus on the dancefloor to deliver a stunning rework. Meanwhile, Marcello Napoletano toughens up Vanishing Point with gritty drums, rolling basslines and eery synth stabs to create a 3am bomb that keeps your body shaking even when the legs have given up. This EP is already getting played by: Ame // The Unabombers (Ghetto Science Institute is genre defying heaviness personified) // Jazzanovas Alex Barck (Top notch release!) // Luke Solomon // Jimpster // Chris Duckenfield (The safetys off) // Michael Reinboth // Red Rackem // OOFT! // and more.