This debut three tracker from Josh Gregory's Walter Ego project has already picked up support from Huxley and Waifs & Strays. It's not hard to see why. You see, Gregory's default setting - baggy grooves, techy electronics, bouncy organs and pitched-down vocal samples - chimes perfectly with their modus operandi. To be fair, he's pretty good at it; both "Heaven" and "Jam Roll (For Love)" - the latter with a bit more low-end pulse and a real early morning feel to the production - have the makings of unfussy underground anthems. "Grab Somebody", meanwhile, boasts some delicious minor-key chords and a suitably wobbly bassline.