The resurgence of Mosaic continues in proper form with the fifth installment of the Split Series. In keeping with the theme of pairing lesser-known artists with more established producers, Part Five welcomes Annie Errez back to the fold after her appearance on Split Series: Part Four and teams her up with Clandestine, the production duo consisting of UK house/techno mainstays, Neville Watson and Justin Drake (of Peace Division fame). Needless to say, this is a very special collaboration, indeed. A1 - Annie Errez "Discovery Inn" Following up her two blazing cuts for Split Series: Part Four, Annie blesses the A side of Part Five with a pulsating, dub inflected groove in the true Mosaic tradition. Simple yet infectious in a Blue Train style, "Discovery Inn" bumps along with classic stabs that fill the space between the bass with finesse. This is one of those grooves that can go on forever and never get old - pure quality. B1 - Clandestine "Slave to The System" Neville and Justin get right down to it with dirty, swinging, old school vibes. Raw, saturated beats snap and shuffle as gritty synths punctuate the patterns. As the title implies, this one is designed for a proper sound system, kicking along unapologetically on behalf of those who seek rough and tough sounds that reside in the zone between house and techno. As they say, "Let the rhythm hit 'em." B2 - Clandestine "Vengeance" Keeping the raw grooves alive, "Vengeance" is nothing short of a disco/techno excursion of epic proportions. Classic drum programming frames a menagerie of chopped sample bits, making for a loopy head-trip of sonic goodness - once it gets into your mind, there's no stopping this tune. This is some prime time weirdness (of the best kind) that is sure make the freaks come out of the shadows.