Review: After establishing themselves via. Atrio of self-released vinyl singles, German duo Hard Drive Library make their digital bow on Pomme Frite. Excitable, peak-time ready fun is the name of the game throughout, as the Hamburg-based pair cannily combine attractive disco loops with their own insatiable, sweat-soaked house beats. This trademark style is arguably best exemplified by stomping opener 'Gloria' and the throbbing, bass guitar-propelled shirtless strut of 'Queen', which reminded us of happy times dancing to old Soundstream releases. That said, the dreamier 'Messing Up', where flute loops and filtered orchestration catch the ear, and EP closer 'Dazzy Dancing' -a bouncy cut-up of Dazz's B-Boy/B-Girl-friendly disco classic 'Brick' - are also top-notch.