If you're looking for something to give a jaded dancefloor a gargantuan kick up the backside, you could do worse than reach for this five-tracker from Alejandro Paz. The Madrid-based producer seems to specialize in the sort of robust, forthright house that comes laden with more energy than a skip full of Red Bull. "Lavapies" and "Different But The Same" lace sharp, rave-influenced synths and atmospheric spoken word vocals over heavy low-end grooves. More impressive is "The Bubble", a hissing, swinging exercise in contemporary acid jack. "Inside Job" sounds like 808 State's "Cubik" on steroids, while closer "El Raver" delivers a relentless trip through '90s "braindance" territory.