Over the last two years, Brighton-based Black Key Records has proved a reliable source of high-grade deep house. Proper deep house, too - the kind you can get lost in while dancing like a lunatic at four in the morning. This EP features three more reasons to be cheerful. There's the tumbling electronics, tipsy chords, moody atmospherics and clattering drum machine rhythms of Ethyl & Flori's "Technology Pavilion", the deep, dubby and delightfully spacious groovery of BLM's "Tough Times", and the multicoloured boogie synths and filter-heavy rhythms of Pawas' liquid house gem "Nokickfunk". All three tracks are strong in their own right, making this one very tempting EP.