The boys in black are skating back onto the scene on Scissor and Threads first release of 2016, 'Waiting Ground'. Never ones to rest on their laurels, the handsome twosome deliver us four prime cuts aimed squarely at the dance floor. The duo flex their afro-rhythmic muscle on the vinyl-exclusive, "Ebreo", a subdued yet forceful affair. A bed of soft percussion and a silky smooth bass line anchor the track as more percussive elements are added before a pitched down steel drum enters and entrances the listener with its swirling rhythm. Next, Frank & Tony go after the hushed ambient tones of Donato Wharton's "Absentia" with their breakaway edit, first seen on their acclaimed Resident Advisor podcast. The ambient artists brittle tones are cut into perfect portions and looped to hypnotic effect alongside a chunky kick and shuffling hi-hat rhythm. On the EP's titular track, buoyed by a thick kick and airy pads, the cut evokes the sun-kissed euphoria of early hour raves with its lush atmospherics and playfully subdued piano line, teasing the listener to go deeper into the warm sound pool. "Pavane" takes the previous tracks laid back attitude and flips it into a foot-stomping, hands in the air rave closer tool with its thick, in-your-face kick and propulsive pads. It is a thank you to those who stick around the club until the bitter end, one last hurrah and a shake of confidence before facing the real world.