Let’s set aside categories just for a minute and simply enjoy the music. Metropolitan Soul Museum’s blurry, grainy escapades into sound feel soulfully resilient here especially on Deeh which begins the EP. Its engaging swirl of emotive pads set the scene for a bassline which you know means the world to the person who created it – and to us. Speaking without words this journeys into the soul of the matter. Remaining numbers see the brightly imagined Acid fuelled RRR, a brutal kick drum informed title track, and finally a Detroit inspired Fiamme all justifiably competing for your attention. And all succeed in igniting the emotive flame.