They're billing it as "diving into techno territory" but I'd beg to differ and class it as tech-house, personally. Three tracks – Z Track 05, Into Space and Tunsa, plus remixes of the first two by Christian Malloni and Audio Soul Project, respectively. And there's not a duff cut among 'em, though the standout by far for me is the original version of Into Space, which has one of these effected vocals à la Flawless, as a narrator tells us that ever since he can remember, he's dreamed of going into space. Always a bit of a sucker for those kinda treated vox. The same vocal crops up again on Malloni's remix, naturally, but I'm less convinced by the Arabic/Afro flourishes on there so will stick with the original.
The other tracks are all instrumental, but any of ’em will keep any deeper-inclined house floor moving nicely.
About the label/artists: Don't know much about Headtunes Recordings except that they're US-based, they've been around since 2005 and they've put out tracks by the likes of Pete Dafeet and Sleazy McQueen. Here's their website. Noise Destruction, meanwhile, are DJ Z and Fakir from Serbia & Montegro and have been recording under that banner since 1992. Given the rather heavy metal-ish name and the fact they've supported the Chemical Brothers, I don't know if they're usually (or used to be) a bit harder/noiser than this, but don't let you put that off cos this EP is definitely groovy, baby.