Review: Mano Le Tough and the rest of the Maeve crew have been friends with Kev Sheridan for many years, encouraging the fellow Berlin-based producer to deliver a debut EP. He's finally done that and, unsurprisingly, it's really rather good. Check first the title track, a sumptuous chunk of blissful dancefloor warmth in which melancholic organ and electric piano lines relax over the deepest slow house beat you're ever likely to find. Sheridan's impressive grasp of mood and melody can also be heard on the poignant mid-tempo shuffle of "Wash Over Me", while closer "Losing Someone Is Never Easy" ratchets up the melancholy via delay-laden drum hits, subdued analogue bass and heart-wrenching piano parts. As debut EPs go, Alone in Berlin is up there with the very best.