Rhythm Plate's long-await debut album, Off The Charts, delivered in spades, offering a vivid mix of tracks rooted in deep house, electrofunk and disco. Here, some of the album's strongest moments get the once over. There are two contrasting versions of Frank H Carter III hook-up "Not Like That", with Art of Tones analogue-heavy tribute to rave-era house just edging out Hot Toddy's slick, nu-disco-does-deep house take. Demarkus Lewis delivers a shuffling,hip-wigglin' take on soulful Clyde collaboration "Bring It All Back", while James Dexter's version of "Keep A Light On" is the epitome of classic deep house. Best of all, though, is YSE's epic, 12-minute reinterpretation of "Yeah X 10", a glorious fusion of bumpin', low-slung analogue house and strutting P-funk.