Eclectic Avenue welcomes the inimitable Lil' Mark, one of the true stalwarts of the UK house scene & regular contributor to some of the finest imprints Worldwide. Here Mark expertly shows his unique knack for genre-straddling. Kicking off with "Pulling Strings" more familiar Lil' Mark territory, with his trademark tight-as-hell percussion & firing bass sat below a freaked-out twisting riff. Seriously, this bad-boy takes no prisoners....other than the ones on the dancefloor.... On the flipside we're treated to "Memoirs", a beautifully sumptous lo-slung roller, utilising a vox refrain over the top of a glorious rolling bass groove; like being comforted by a welcoming acid-bass-hug, this is truly something special. Nestled inbetween Mark's original cuts is E.A.R. main-man J.Cub, who offers up an alternate interpretation of "Memoirs"l. Taking the vox refrain & weaving it throughout the track like an instrument, J.Cub nudges the tempo up slightly & adds a solid percussive backdrop & a reworked bass groove, creating a cut which is deep enough to warm the crowd but packs a solid punch at the same time.