Autonomous Africa are back in the company of the Green Door All-Stars, dropping four remixes of tracks from 2015's "Youth Stand Up!" LP. This phat remix wax sees the collaborative recording project between Glasgow’s Green Door Studio, Lebeha Drumming Center in Hopkins, Belize, and the Tafi Cultural Institute based in Tafi Atome, Ghana fall under the spell of dancefloor luminaries JD Twitch, Midland, Auntie Flo and General Ludd. Optimo legend JD Twitch opens the EP with a dark and deep rework of "Come With Me", which sets the track's echo-laded vocals over blasts of live drum and brooding bass, resulting in a proper heads down heater. Next up, Highlife mainstay Auntie Flo offers a spiritual dub of "Beat The Drum", extracting a hypnotic and organic groove from the original and rehousing it among detuned synth keys and post-tribal percussion. Chanted vocals and circular mallets lend an expansive feel to proceedings while the steady kick keeps us nicely grounded. Midland enters the arena on the B1, bringing his bass fuelled tech house styling to LP cut "Tsorna". The Leeds' producer establishes a pitch bending bassline and trippy drum program early on, locking the dancefloor in before unleashing the techy keybaord vamps, bleeps and siren squelches which take this cut to the next level. Techno eccentric General Ludd closes the EP with his totally disorienting reheat of "Tuteme Meets Tafi Atome At 58 Ft Mocco", a body moving blend of fucked up vocal snippets, burnt toastin and tremulous bass. As ever all proceeds will go to Tafi Cultural Institute, Tafi Atome, Ghana and Lebeha Drumming Center, Hopkins, Belize - Philanthropic floor fillers, surely the way forward!