In this second delivery for Pild, Matt Keyl brought us an extremely groovy three-track ep. As first track we have Black Future, which has a prominent bass line and amazing ambiences created by the occasional fxs and dark vocals. To define it two words, underground track. Lemon Haze presents a simple but funky groove, with a catchy bass line and base sounds. Together creates this cool and funny vibe alongside some retro synth stabs that puts the cherry on top of this great track. Liquid shows the melodic approach side of Matt, presenting a mixture of tech and deep house in this wonderfully created song from a deep melodic synth bass. Subtle vocal works and precise arrangements in the base guide this track through a delicate, yet powerful break, reaching a really cool climax at the back. Remixes, as usual, are in the table. A++ delivers again an amazing re-interpretation of Black Future with a techno soul on it. A serious work with synth pads and vocals is what drives this track through this amazingly created groove. A perfect club track in every way you listen it. LondonGround, from Argentina, makes his debut in Pild Records remixing also Black Future, but with a simpler groove than the original track, yet with a funky way of putting the base and bass lines together. All this generates a hypnotic trance over the listener, alongside the stabs with delays in the background. To close this fantastic pack of tracks, and celebrating his great inclusion to this ep and our label, are the remixes of Tom Ayann (aka Mozaic), who gave us two masterpieces of deep house with his Liquid remixes. With an amazing synth bass, played perfectly with subtle filter modulations, classic string pads and really delicate work with the vocals, Tom delivered an extremely refined pack of remixes that finishes closing all the possible style approaches in this fantastic ep.