Second time around for Maya Jane Coles' Comfort LP, which impressed critics on its original release last summer. The original album - a typically woozy and atmospheric collection of deep house and downtempo cuts with an all-star cast of vocalists and collaborators, including Tricky, Kim-Ann Foxman, Miss Kittin and longtime pal Nadine Shah - is here joined by a quintet of previously unheard bonus cuts. These are, as you'd expect, largely in keeping with the tactile, atmospheric feel of the original album. There's some fluid, dreamy deep tech-house in the shape of "Keeper", an undulating foray into deep indie-dance territory ("Over") and a particularly delicious chunk of melody-heavy early morning electronica ("Stand Still"). Best of all, though, is "Protect Them", a bass-heavy club track that benefits greatly from weird vocal samples and intricate melodies.