There are three tracks making up the EP. Loving You itself is an interesting fusion: with rave-y piano/synths, garage-y male vox and bang-up-to-date kicks, it manages to sound like 1992 and 2012 same time. Afterhours starts out throbbing, proggy and heads-down then builds with Detroitian string stabs, and then finally Anubis is seriously deep, dark and pulsating and equally well served on the most mangled of very late floors, or in the comfort of your own headphones.
If you're after some now-sounding house that's still got a sense of history, this will serve you well.
Out: This week
About: You can find Apt. International on Soundcloud or at the New World Records website.
*Don't ask me how the whole Apt. International/Tokyo House Underrground thing works, by the way, in case you're looking at the cover. I'm as confused as you are. More so, probably.