By now, we've come to expect high quality from Dresden's Uncanny Valley imprint. This split EP, featuring four cuts from little-known names, predictably delivers more high-grade material. Sandrow M's intoxicating opener sounds like an organic, grown-up take on the Visionquest sound (and that's meant to be a compliment, incidentally), while Steve Kasper's "Unvexed Dub" has a delightfully dubby, late night feel - think echo-laden melodies, chunky percussion and locked-in repetition. Sherbe's "Kill Bill$" is pleasantly offbeat - all slo-mo grooves, percussive changes and odd synth loops - while Jacob Stoy's "S51" gloriously sits between ultra-deep house, 90s ambient and skittering IDM. While the least 'floor-friendly' of the lot, it's probably the EP's stand out moment.