One of Shed's best-known aliases returns.
The B-side is the EP's deeper option. Peppered with hand drums, it rolls with the glide of '90s tech house. But the bassline, the same mechanised pump heard from 1001 to 5005, is pure modern techno, powerful enough to blow away any house record it's mixed with—unless there's some smooth EQ'ing. Perhaps as much as any Wax release, the A-side's fuzzy synth melody recalls the heavier Equalized project, which always felt more suited to bigger rooms. But the hand percussion and loud clap give it a housey side, a touch that DJs have loved about Wax since the beginning.