Bristol's Slime label has always been difficult to pin down. To date, their bulging catalogue has touched on most genres, from dubstep and garage to minimal techno, rave and hard-to-define electronica. Here they're at it again, delivering a mixed-up two-tracker from self-proclaimed "Renaissance Man" Aleks Zen. Both tracks sound like party-friendly deep house made by a man who listens to a lot of modern bass music (particularly "Unrequited Lust") and classic, shimmering techno. There's even a touch of nu-disco about the cowbell-laden sweetness of "Transcend & Unity". There's certainly much to admire about both tracks.