The seventh EP on Frits Wentinks Bobby Donny label brings together some known and unknown producers. The original production is by Low End Activist, someone who has spent the last 15 years in Berlin, Bristol and Brighton, no doubt picking up parts of the musical styles of those cities as he goes. It features London Grime MC Trim, an original member of Roll Deep and an artist signed to James Blake's 1-800 label. The remixes comes from Frits himself as well as Cassius Select, who has recently released on UTTU and Herbert's Accidental. Park End is a naughty tune with garage tinged drums slipping and sliding beneath menacing rhymes from Trim. Paranoid synth sounds and an oscillating low end speak of late night urban mischief and it's the sort of characterful tune to stand out in any set. Cassius Select reconfigures the tune as a much more dark and experimental number with a heavy bottom end and huge sub bass that totally envelops you. Frits then goes for a more mellow and melodic version, with lazy drums and wilting chords as rainy keys fall from above. It glows like street lights at night and closes out an EP with real attitude.