Repress of R Weng's "Life Principles", originally released in 2016 but already a cultishly adored relic from outskirts of the house periphery. "Life Principles" kicks us of with delicate acid fire juxtaposed against sumptuous, dreamy pads and propelled with phazed haus drums. A perfectly introspective, spoken word vocal is then placed on top in a moment of deep house perfection. "Omni" is a sludgy, weighty record, drunkard drums swaying wildly off the wax as a suspended, neo-exotic atmosphere sweeps in and takes over our senses. "Two Lions" sees a Legoweltian number executed in fine style - dusty, lo-fi perc carrying enchanted and playful marimba patterns across sonar bleeps, warm pads and rubbery acid lines. "Seven Years" sees the EP off with thoroughly dreamy, angelic pads come in and out of focus while what sounds like a steam train purrs away in the distance, indicating some kinda of linear flow. Wonderful stuff here for those that, like me, missed it the first time round. Recommended.