Audiojack have always operated with a firm eye on the dancefloor, are well known for a relentless touring schedule and always getting the party started, but they have also started to bring in some subtle changes to their production styles which they first came to light on the 'Radio' album. This EP is a fine example of the juxtaposition between their tried and tested dancefloor techniques and a more refined, experimental sound. 'No Equal Sides' is classic Audiojack. Supremely produced, rolling deep house that builds up to a old skool breakdown, that always keeps a dubby feel due to that fat baseline that glues the track together. 'Tunnel Vision' may well surprise a few people as it showcases a real soulful side to the Audiojack sound. The live vocals bed down on some classic deep house pads and smooth breakbeats, this is Audiojack in after hours and warm up mood, and will be a fixture in headphones for a long time to come. 'In Principle' rounds the EP off in style, cutting up vocal pads, more breakbeats and flipping it into more familiar 4/4 territory. It's an adventurous, playful track that sums up where Audiojack are at with the 'No Equal Sides EP'.