Elsewhere, things settle down a bit. New York's Bryce Hackford turns in a carefree house version of "Nu-Way Heat," the EP's most straightforward pleasure. Rub-N-Tug's Tom Of England, here under the guise Tom Of Georgia, pulls apart "Haya" to uncover a sparse, pensive loop piece. (Compared to its companions, the track's arctic synths and thoughtful guitar noodling feel a bit tame.) Georgia themselves tie the whole thing together with two tracks of their own. The first "Bridge" is an off-colour synth number with lewd guitar twangs, and the second sounds like three Jan Garbarek records stacked onto one another. They're fitting icing on an exceedingly strange cake.
Mon / 7 Sep 2015
A1 Bryce Hackford - Nu-Way Heat (P N SS M NI A Mix)
A2 RVNG Intl. - Abstract High (Gone Fishin' Mix)
A3 Georgia - Bridge 1
B1 Afrikan Sciences - Mahbunzi Nahgo Pihndi's Triumphant Return
B2 Tom Of Georgia - Haya (She Drives An Ambulance Mix)
B3 Georgia - Bridge 2