Neither Inxec nor Droog need an introduction. They are established artists in their own right,Inxec crafting melodic techno cuts day in day out, and Droog being the brains behind one ofthe most successful US labels in recent times, Culprit. We are lucky enough to snap up thisfresh EP, "Rude", which demonstrate exactly what happens when two great talents gettogether and spend sleepless nights in the studio."Rude" is a dark twisted and ominous number until the female vocal comes in and rips throughthe track like a ray of light after the thunderstorm. It's a belter of a track, with many twists andturns but never losing sight of the place it was made for - the dance floor.The legend, Brett Johnson, turns not one, but two interpretations of "Rude". The BrettJohnson Channel Mix embodies the alter ego in one self. Slowly creeping up then cascadinginto a groovy climax. that makes you want to throw your hands in the air. The "Twerk Mix"offers a stellar alternative twist to the original.Special Case turn in a darker affair of "Rude" which should certainly please those with an offkilter sense of melody. With funky beeps and spine trembling cracks this song is like a whip onthe dance floor. Not to mention the sensual lyrics mid track that encourage sporadic dancemoves."Bad Timing", despite the name, couldn't have at a better time, the lighter groove being is a contrast to the previous track yet complementing the EP with perfection.