Few house producers are quite as prolific as Glenn Underground. Since launching his career way back in 1992, the Windy City legend has released well over a century of 12" singles. Savior of Chicago is his sixth E.P this year alone, and begins with the snappy drum machine handclaps, psychedelic TB-303 lines and gently dreamy chords of peak-time thumper "Battery Acid". He pays tribute to old friend and fellow Chi-town legend Larry Heard on the deep, melodious and evocative "Mr Heard", before once again diving into Phuture territory with a rugged, wild and full-throttle Dub Edit of opener "Battery Acid". While he rarely fails to impress, Savior of Chicago is undoubtedly GU's most club-ready 12" for some time.