|1.||"Unstable Phenomenon" (Joey Anderson remix)|
|2.||"Unstable Phenomenon" (Voodoo Down remix)|
Following a pair of various artists EPs featuring the likes of STL, Anton Zap and N'conduit last year, the nascent Voodoo Down label from New York present their first full artist EP from Bristol house producer October. His straight up, yet ever so slightly off kilter take on house makes him an ideal candidate for the label, with "Unstable Phenomenon" combining dubby yet euphoric chords, robust bass and intriguingly sequenced percussion; "Entropy Ends" is even more interesting, locking its looping piano half-uttered vocals samples and Korg M1 stabs into a strange kind of feedback loop. On the flip, the title track is remixed to fine effect by Joey Anderson, who reworks it into a deep, atmospheric jam filled with distant ripples of melody, while Voodoo Down turns in a more rolling, tribal - yet still decidedly abstract - version of "Entropy Ends".
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