If the sparse beats-and-old skool acapella intro of "Lilt" doesn't get you going, you're clearly in need of serious House Therapy. Like Portuguese producer Social Disco Club's other recent work, it bristles with late night intent, offering a sweaty blast-from-the-past and long, drawn-out chords that could have been stolen from "Sueno Latino" or "Pacific State". "Simple Dreams" is positively warm and cuddly in comparison, all darting synth bass, loose percussion and jazz keys. Then there's "Unknown Sea", a stretched-out, retro-futurist nu-disco jam that bubbles and fizzes with electronic intent. Social Disco Club has always showed promised; he's now delivering.