So if you were imagining now-sounding, techy house beats (as opposed to tech-house beats, if you see what I mean), topped off with a soulfully-inclined, semi-spoken male vocal, then yeah, that's about the size of The Last Goodbye, with hand percussion fills adding to the overall 'Ibiza sundown' feel.
It's accompanied by a Maiki Remix which uses less of the vocal, and adds some urgency to the drums, a fat Chicago-esque bassline and dreamaway synth washes, making this one aimed more at the late, late floors, while bonus cut Vivre Sa Vie rounds out the EP, a more traditionally sumptuous n' soulful affair with, unusually, a sampled, spoken male vocal in French.
As I said before, an interesting EP that should have appeal for today's club kids and long-term King Street/Nite Grooves fans alike.
Out: This week on Traxsource, everywhere else from April 23.
About: For more info hit up kingstreetsounds.com