Admittedly, one or two Bid Muzik releases have wandered too far into the realms of mere late 90s filter-disco pastiche. This, though, treads a slightly less obvious/immediate path, and hence is all the more satisfying - and with four equally playable tracks on offer, it's also good VFM. All four come on like a slightly more understated Joey Negro (minus vocals), but could still fairly be described as peaktime workouts. You'd want the crowd to be moving already, but if they are then drop a track or two from this EP and watch the energy shift up a notch!
Out: As long ago as Oct 22! So I'm nine days late – I hang my head in shame.
About: You can find out more about Bid Muzik at Sean Biddle's MySpace, though it doesn't look to have been updated for a while; they've presumably been too busy turning out singles at a rate of knots.