In total you get three mixes of Nothing's True itself, plus three of GTFO. I've got to say the latter cut, while not terrible by any means, suffers a little from 'too many ideas in one track' syndrome to these ears… and the Afro-chant vox and tribal rhythms don't help, me not being the biggest fan of Afro-style vibes generally. But Nothing's True is certainly worth your time and money, a classy uptempo deep houser with a little disco glam sprinkled on top in its original form and coming complete with both a more twisted, spaced-out Hanssen Remix, and a down n' funky rework from Mobius Strum.
Despite some slight reservations about GTFO, then, this is a strong early offering from both producer and label. So check it for yourself!
Out: This week
About: Here's the obligatory links so you can find out more about both Hype & Soul Recordings and Jeromy Nail.