Good old Mullet Records, always championing the fine line between 80s synth action and contemporary electro-house. This time round they've dropped a bulging at the seams compilation boasting 25 short on top, long at the back tracks. Highlights include the Jan Hammer bliss of "Miami Twice" by Sare Havlicek, the beautiful electronic tragedy of "Neon Love" by Tesla Boy, the mighty Artificial Arm's Orbital-meets-synth-pop of "Press Start To Dance" and Elijah Collins & Nist's absolute killer re-edit of Evelyn "Champagne" King's "Love Come Down".
Casio Social Club's haircut-obsessed imprint goes pop here, with Telsa Boy slapping down something that hovers somewhere between vintage New Order, Divine and Simple Minds. With Glam Rock beats. Odd? A little bit, though it has a quirky charm that's hard to resist. Remix-wise, there's plenty to enjoy, including two melancholic, piano-laden nudisco rubs from Satin Jackets (if you're not digging the vocal, there's an instrumental) and a full-on French synth-pop-goes-filter-funk rework (think Breakbot and Alain Braxe producing beardy babies) from Estate. Best of all, though, is Solila's ubeat remix, which has more than a touch of the Pet Shop Boys about it.