Belgium's Eskimo Recordings has always been unpredictable, though much of their output tends to straddle the fine line between nu-disco and deep house. That's certainly the case here, as Rotterdam-based Eelke Kleijn delivers two solid chunks of house/disco fusion. "Lovely Sweet Divine", with its swirling strings, bouncy bassline, addictive cowbells and sublime deep house chords, is particularly good. In fact, with its brilliant, string-laden breakdown, it sounds like a summer Balearic anthem in waiting. "A Tale of Two Lovers" is deeper, more melodic and almost melancholic. It comes backed with a pleasing Dub that injects a little deep house shuffle beneath its mournful violins and playful melodies.