Pablo and Shoey return just in time for festival season with 4 new bits for the front of your box. "E-Man Groove" is a massive disco-rock jam that could have been sprung from the minds of dem Idjut Boys, with Sympathy For The Devil style percussion and wild guitar riffing driving the whole thing. "Blazing Sunshine", meanwhile, is a funky, hammond organ led version of "Let The Sunshine In", a guaranteed hands in the air moment when dropped at the right time. "Disco Treat" is more of a modern floor-burner, closer to straight production edit with a bouncing bassline and all manner of whacked out disco sounds in the mix, not to mention breakdowns for days. Rounding off the package is some classic funky soul breaks - the lads tear a chunk off Bettye Lavette's "Soul Tambourine" to make "Play It, Break It On Down!", as sampled on Stezo's golden era hip hop rocker "To The Max".