On "Flitzefu Pumpkin," Janis, who by day composes music for high-end TV ads and art films, tethers bumpy broken beats to a UK garage swing and colours it with 8-bit frills. The same late-'90s flavour extends to "Ensonig Youth," which rolls along to a slo-mo 2-step beat. With cotton-wool pads and soulful synth trimmings, it's slightly softer than the rest of the EP, but it carries an emotional heft nonetheless.
Studio Barnhus boss Kornél Kovács' remix of "Parental Advisory House" sees the Swede keep the skipping Brit vibe intact but gives it a dubby twist. Possessing more than a hint of Roy Davis Jr's "Gabriel" in its relentless skip-hop groove, Kovács works in bursts of pistol-crack percussion, swooping synths and languid bass. It's an absorbing finale to an impressive EP.