The UK's late 90s deep house scene is still a source of inspiration for modern producers, if this collaboration between L'Ateliers and Flavourables is anything to go by. "Sense Of Magic" is a rolling groove, adorned with spacey synths and plaintive keys. It recalls the finest moments from Paper Music's back catalogue. "What I See" is also inspired by the same period, but it opts for a different tact; like Drop Music's dubby, disco sound, it focuses on a tracky groove and the use of an insistent vocal snippet adds to its DJ-friendly feel. Finally, the modestly titled "The Perfect B Side" brings the sound up to date. Featuring a stepping rhythm fused with mournful dubby chords, it sounds like a more introverted take on the approach of new school artists like AnD.