When We Dance itself is a midtempo deep houser that builds slowly from a percussion-led intro with some nice warm organ stabs and snatches of vocal; there's also a breakdown in the middle with faint echoes of Def Touch's classic Nasty Rhythm, which is certainly never a bad thing. Tsuba boss Kevin Griffiths then ups the dancefloor ante a notch on his Basement Dub of the same, replacing the two-note synth bassline of the original with an altogether funkier and more organic-sounding part.
Rounding out the EP you also have Every Day and My Feet. Both are in a deep, chugging tech-house kinda vein; the latter edges it for me for being just that wee bit funkier, but like I said it's a strong EP all round.
Out: This week
About: Act Natural is headed up by one Jamie Ward and has been working the likes of Matt Tolfrey and Mic Newman. More info here.