It's hard not to fall in love with "1983", the title cut from this three-track showcase on the blossoming digi-label Body Work from London dwelling Paraguayan troupe LPZ (who also operate as Keepup! favourites Lopez) Melding electrofunk stabs and dubbed-out synths to a gigantic, acid-inspired synth bassline, it feels far more driving and energetic than its 122 BPM tempo - thanks, perhaps, to use of cut-up rap vocal samples. "Mafia (Dub)" offers a darker, groovier vibe, twisting deep house in to murky and, crucially, bassy new shapes. A booming EP is completed by the oddly titled "Snake & Butterfish", a chugging, acid-laden slow jam that seemingly revels in its nightmarish atmospherics. Quietly impressive stuff.