Opener "One Two Three" is a wonderful piece of straightforward summer house, all tropical percussion, warming keys and a cooing guest vocal from Rahel, of the London band Hejira, whose 2013 debut album Herbert produced. The rest of the package goes darker, to varying degrees, with "Manny" leavening its stark spine with vocal shards that repeatedly shift from punchy to heavenly.
On the flip, "My DJ" hits on roughly similar terrain, its repetitious mechanical squelches, heavily filtered female vocal snippets and apocalyptic bass making for an irresistible earworm of a club track. "Grab That Bottle," meanwhile, is more serrated still, its whiplash keys lighting up an almost militaristic landscape of bass, hats, cymbals and simple techno synths. A release without a serious flaw to speak of, Part 6 makes you glad this most creatively ambitious of artists is still happy to go back to basics.