A nicely varied EP here from Lee Guthrie, once more wearing his Digital Dirt hat.
On the A you'll find two cuts of the deepest of techno/tech-house, the driving, dancefloor Boom Boom and the more post-club, driftaway Cinderella Loves Balls. Both are very cool, but for housier thrills head to the B, where Deep In June is a throbbing, stripped-down houser for dark rooms that smell of amyl nitrate, complete a "don't make me wait" vocal sample, while The Pressure is a dubbed-out sofa ride with a soulful male vocal hook ("I can't take the pressure," funnily enough).
For me, I think is the best yet from the Click Therapy stable.
Out: This week