Mikael Stavöstrand and Cesare vs Disorder are not new names to techno or house, and between them they have an impressive discography of over 40 releases that have consistently maintained their underground integrity, winning over the hearts of the electronic music elite. There is no doubt why the bulk of their supporters seem to be the most esteemed listeners, and when we see their names together we have no choice but to be compelled to listen. After making their collaborative debut with 'Part 1' on Dumb Unit in January 2011, the pair comes clean with a follow up EP on Clink that is earthy, sexy and elegant.The first piece, La Plaisir featuring Lu&nl on vocals, is a 13-minute arrangement filled with organic percussion, dubby basslines and musical interludes that challenge the simple concept of track-making with compelling and detailed musical ideas. Lu&nl's vocals are sensual and clear, delicately telling a story that even non-french speakers will enjoy. Just when the track feels like it has said it all, Mikael and Cesare turn up the heat by adding chorded piano progressions and orbiting vocal automation, eloquently bringing the song to a graceful end.On the b-side, Mikael and Cesare take things to the dance floor and have created a peak track that is 9-minutes in length, this time with a catchy soulful vocal and irresistible acid bass-lines. 'Massive Attack' is quite a contrast to the A-side, and proves that sometimes opposites do attract. This is a clear winner for Mikael and Cesare, rounding out the vinyl with two intelligent and dance-worthy ballads. Finally, for two digital bonuses, Camea, Cesar and Stavöstrand have done digital reworks of 'Massive Attack', bringing a cohesive diversity to the EP. Mikael and Cesar's edit focuses on a seductive organic string bassline, while Camea tempts DJs with a powerful tech-house jam. All in all, this EP is a great artistic interlude, tastefully leading Clink into its Spring/Summer catalogue.