The EP is made up of four original tracks, with no remixes. Here, There & Nowhere itself is a struttin', energetic affair that should keep floors moving nicely and possibly induce the throwing of some silly shapes. Take It has a bit more of a musical/melodic feel, while Bash is a no-nonsense bouncer that's thankfully not overly hard and techy, with – like the title track – another distinctive rhythmical synth hook. But the real treat here to these ears is Theory Of Pleasure, a more laidback/soulful affair with some lush pianos kicking proceedings off before the track settles into a classic rolling house groove.
A strong second release from this new NYC-based label.
Out: This week