The "Sans rouge EP" is a return to Greymatter's sampling roots reminiscent of his early works on WOLF Music. A record that sits half way between house and hip hop, in terms of style and tempo. "Sans Rouge" epitomises that mood: starting out with a hip hop groove that drops into a beat-down house chugger. "Royale" drops things down to an even slower motion with another tough beat down groove, chopped and driven key samples and a catchy vocal chop. The B-side start with a nice goodie: this is the first time that the full length/12" mix of "Move Slow" has a proper release (the short version appears on the "7 years who cares?" 2x7" on WOLF Music). Greymatter's most popular track of recent years - more heavy soul chops this time pitched more towards peak time. "Billy O" finishes things off with a slamming, choppy club jam laiden with strings and vocals. Another mighty fine Quintessetnials release that shows all the talent of Greymatter!