With releases on Rush Hour, Mister Saturday Night and Delusions of Grandeur, Nebraska is a man who needs little introduction. Here, he delivers and amazing EP for Heist, showcasing his talent for finding those catchy, but hard to pin-down samples. The ‘Soften the wireless EP’ navigates nicely between disco and house with 4 originals and an amazing Tom Noble remix. Khan’s bargain will be the go to track the more disco minded listeners out there, with a catchy-as-hell synth line that you wish you’d made up yourself. The remix, courtesy of NYC’s finest disco selector Tom Noble, goes on a clubbier path, turning the silky smooth original into a distorted house jam full of delays and filtered drums. The B-side sees Nebraska turning towards the housier side of things himself, with “The blues” as a perfect example of minimalistic house. Here, he uses only a small amount of elements to create an intoxicating and intense groove. “It won’t be long” breezes through with a lighthearted arpeggio and some lovely dreamy vocals to set a more emotional vibe. EP closing track (digi only) Varkala is somewhat of a special track, being dug up from an old hard disc and remastered for your listening pleasure. Sincerely yours, Lars & Maarten.