The house-garage hybrid sound shows no sign of abating, and on this excellent EP from Norrit, the former electro-house producer reinvents himself in that vein in some style. Opener "Only Me & U" opens with a FaltyDL style warped house organ, before giving way to seasick synths and the sound of water droplets which gives the whole thing a pleasing avant-garde quality. "Macuso" starts with deep piano chords wrapped around a brittle rhythm, with the expectations of a house track, before hyperactive candy coated samples bring in the second half which sees the track unexpectedly switch to a funkier rhythm. "Victoria" sees a loose, juke inspired rhythm rush across huge sidechained house chords, while "Do You Luh" melds a deep sub-bass and weird pitch-bent synths with a breathy chopped and screwed R&B vocal sample. Finally, Unknown to the Unknown provides a huge bass heavy rework of the title track, taking the weird sound effects of the original and using them to drive its machinegun rhythms.