For Rhythm Section International's fifteenth 12" release, Bradley Zero has looked to the bourgeoning Polish house scene. It sees occasional Transatlantyk artist Newborn Jr. (AKA Adam Brocki) join forces with the previously unheralded Earth Trax. They open with the tactile, wide-eyed warmth of "Sax & Flute", where dreamy, stretched-out chords, toasty bass and hazy house breakbeats rub shoulders with punchy, synthesized saxophone and flute lines. It's reminiscent of not only 808 State's "Pacific", but also Italian "ambient house" (Morenas, Lux, Midas etc.) of the same period. Flipside "Flute Track" is similarly woozy and loved-up, though its' twittering synth-flutes, chiming melodies and bold bassline recall memories of Orbital's more Balearic-minded moments, rather than Sueno Latino.