Deep Space Orchestra headline the package, showing just what they can do, these guys offer up a big slice of chunky house, with a side of arp. Tim Vita and Oliver Gehrmann are welcomed into the NDV fold on this ep, an up and coming colab from Berlin who have a particularly UK sound to their productions, right up our street. 'Cat's Pianos' twists and turns really light up the record.
Fronting up on the B Side, James Welsh drops back into NDV after his stand out remix on the first EP. Weighing in with 'Leatherman', an original piece of pure mixed hot to tape - peak time carnage. For those of your who have caught Welshy over the past few years, you might recognise this one from his sets, a much waited for release.
Rounding off the EP Oli Furness pushes house on with an absolute banger - nothing standard about this EP.