Following recent solo EPs from Cody Currie and Marcel Lune, Pusic Records reverts to the multi-artist blueprint with which it made its name. Currie kicks off the EP with "One For You", a lolloping, mid-tempo chunk of bass-heavy disco house with killer samples and filtered breakdowns aplenty, before Joe Corti lays down a chunk of rich, Chez Damier-meets-Soundstream style chunky deep house warmth. On the flipside, Dirtyelements and Drunkdrivers combine on the loopy but loose disco-house grooves of "National Security", before Medlar gives it the remix treatment. The Wolf Music regular's tasty rework is something of a fusion treat. The fantastic rhythm track doffs a cap to both breakbeat-driven hip-house and original '80s electro, while the rubbery bassline and sweaty vocal stabs both add serious heat to proceedings.