On their latest release, Piek & Thinaik show that they are adept at making diverse sounds. "Here Comes The Zombie" does the modern day tribal house sound well, its muffled vocals and building synths setting it apart from the pack. Lee Foss and Kenny Glasgow's version is based on a jerky, glitchy rhythm and features glistening, shimmering synths, while "Cafe de Paris" expertly combines brassy horns with a driving rhythm. However, the EP highlight is the Al Velillas Rex Experience rework of "Paris". Deploying dubbier beats, its coquettish vocal, intoning the phrase "I live in Paris", is sure to seduce lovers of sensuous vocal house.