Review: 10 months ago, A Most Wanted Man made his debut on Monologues Records with "Hep Cat", a deliciously rubbery chunk of jazzy disco-house. This sequel for Flat White is not quite as disco-fired, though you'll still find a plenty of funky touches and dusty samples amongst the producer's on-point deep house grooves. Check first "Johnny Bassline", a chunky peak-time workout that flits from drowsy deepness to percussive sweatiness via a killer disco bassline, before back tracking to the drowsy deep house heat of "Meander On Carlisle" and its sweet combination of woozy chords and darting synthesizer solos. The accompanying remixes are tasty, too. Jacques Renault lights a bass-heavy deep house fire under "Meander On Carlisle", while Chris Flat White re-imagines "Johnny Bassline" as a bumpin' slab of deep disco-house.