Review: As debut EPs go, this three-tracker from new Wurst signings Orthy is remarkable. Variously coming on like a shoegazing version of Benoit & Sergio, a slacker take on DFA and a gorgeously emotional re-imagining of Smile-era Beach Boys, Orthy make eyes-wide-shut music that blends a laidback pop sensibility with smart dancefloor chops. It's the kind of music you'd like to listen to when the sun's coming up, but it feels equally at home on a dark and drizzly afternoon. There's something almost weirdly gothic about the supremely Balearic "Don't Believe", while lead cut "Suenos" is like some lost alt-pop classic - all echo-laden harmonies, brilliant melodies and pulsing electronic shuffle. Highly recommended.