Subwax Excurssions, the trippiest arm of the multifaceted label family pivoting around Barcelona's via-Sweden most active electronic agitators, has a fifth record on the pipeline. After some brilliant efforts -including the comeback of long forgotten Jordan Fields and a brand new album from Rush Hour's new totem Orlando Voorn- the label presents a split record meant to highlight the work of two middle class workers of the club scene whose works are screaming for some recognition. On the first side, Chronophone teams up with Detroit's vocalist Mike Anderson on a Motor City House affair called 'In The Sunset'. The original track goes straightforward to the dance floor employing pounding rhythms and a catchy bleepy bass that serve as the perfect grounding for Anderson's dark vocal intonations. On the other side, Barcelona's JMII -of the duo Aster- show us what he's learnt after signing releases on 100% Silk, Hivern Discs and Mathematics and hits us with 'Leo', an uplifting mix of off-kilter Juno sounds, 707 drum hits and vocal samples extracted from a well known Soul song sampled two decades ago by Rave enthusiasts Altern-8. Germany's House veteran Werner Niedermeier rounds up the release with an atmospheric remix of 'In The Sunset', adding some dramatic strings and round pads and taking Chronophone's original into deeper territory.