Under the Om Unit guise, Jim Coles is probably best known for his left-of-centre - and really rather good - reinventions of jungle and drum and bass. Before that, though, he explored an attractive, pitched-down take on house music. It's that sound that's showcased on this surprise EP for Idle Hands. Apparently the tracks have been stuck in the vaults for years, but still sound wonderfully fresh. The warm, hazy and melodious "Friend of Day" is little less than the audio equivalent of a sun-kissed, loved-up hug, while the more experimental and off-kilter "Basement Superman" still boasts quiet positivity amongst the off-key loops and vari-speed riffs. As for "What It Is", you'll struggle to find anything deeper and more becalmed all year.