There’s something irresistibly funky going on within Harrison’s taught, informed grooves that fuse punchy kicks together with swinging snares while being tastefully offset by dark, expansive bass and pads. The introspective sounding, I Still Meet You In My Dreams From Time To Time is far from self-indulgence connecting moods and emotions with the listener in a spirited yet hard-hitting manner. The remix comes from Liam Geddes who adds his distinctive flavour to the affair by colouring the rhythms with a more intense sheen that leans heavily on the bass drum underpinned by fast and furious percussion. I like it when you don’t expect what you hear next and the melodic Disco vibrations of My Summer Lover do just that. Though have to say it’s the final track, Time which ends on a high via its suggestive, undulating synths plus rolling rhythms which almost tips the balance in its favour. A fine release.