Last time we heard from Landerground, he was in cahoots with friend and fellow nu-disco explorer Rayko. Here he goes solo once more for a near 12-minute trip into swirling, slowly building dancefloor brilliance. "Xicago" is built around a chugging, relentlessly rising bassline, but owes much of its power to throbbing organ stabs and bubbling, high register synthesizer arpeggio lines. It's one of those Italo-disco influenced dancefloor epics that needs to be played in full in order to unleash its full potential. The obligatory remix comes from James Rod, whose "Hard Slow" version toughens up the arpeggio bassline and peppers it with trippy vocal samples in an audacious bid for Italo-disco-meets-nu-disco perfection.