As well as providing lazy reviewers with an easy-to-follow three-word press pack, East London duo Unusual & Electric have released their third EP.
It features only two tracks but the first, Mad Dogs, foams over with more ideas than most albums. A panther-using-Pantene-sleek bass line drives the track through a chaotic landscape of sporadically dispersed sirens, sequencers and sun-speckled horns. The constant deviations have an almost autistic disconnection from each other and Mad Dogs is completely at odds with the Orb-like ambience of the pleasant other track, Deep Pitch. But it’s far more interesting and much more fun.