In something of an arch nod to the revivalist times we live in currently, "Set Me Free" finds Marc Romboy embracing some old-skool sensibilites and having a bit of fun with his latest missive. There are plenty of classic signifiers in there, from romantic string swells to laconic breaks that suggest a love of early Metalheadz material, but they're all stitched to an impeccable murky tech-house framework. "Ghetto What?" gets equally saucy with its samples as some naughty chord stabs and vocal whoops slip smoothly into the peppy house groove for maximum party response. Phil Weeks and A1 Bassline deliver remixes of the two original tracks that neatly chop up the material into more contemporary frameworks without doing the rave heritage tributes a disservice.