Leeds label Clandestino has barely put a foot wrong since launching midway through 2016. Predictably, this EP, which marks the debut of producer Dennis Kolomensky, is another doozy. He serves up two original productions: the bustling, machine-driven grooves and tumbling Balearic synthesizer washes of "Recovery" and the arguably superior "Santa Monica", a rush-inducing Balearic slow jam with echoes of early Italian dream house. Speaking of saucer-eyed Italians, Balearic Gabba Sound System's tactile and woozy remix of "Santa Monica" - arguably the EP's standout moment - sounds like it could have been released on legendary dream house imprint DFC in 1990. For heavier dancefloor thrills, check out Felix Dickinson's energy packed, acid-flecked revision of "Recovery".