Jamal Moss and Steve Poindexter's true skool Chicago (power)house imprint Mathematics presents genius inspired tributes to Adonis' seminal 'No Way Back' with the centrepiece being an outstanding cover version from Portuguese experimental pop group Pop Dell' Arte, relicked into a 'Nu-Disco Long Player' by Adonis himself, with a shocking Ian Curtis style vocal delivery from the group and a sick new-wave disco backing that's simply flooring us right now. My gosh! On the flipside Steve Poindexter delivers a stunningly tripped and esoteric remix of Pop Dell' Arte's cover version of 'Querelle' with starnge harmonic sequences lending a rather scary voodoo house vibe, while the Circle Jerks finish with a fuk-dub version version of 'No Way Back' on '2Far Gone', spooling that devastating original bassline into warehouse psychedelic shapes. This is one of the best things ever on Mathematics, and for a label which we hold in such high regard, that's saying a lot. Recommended!!!