Stupid Human, previously known for dashing between electrofunk and disco re-edits, is clearly coming of age. Here, he joins forces with pal Space Tricks to launch a brand new series - of largely original material - inspired by global sounds. His "Zaire", a synth-laden exploration of late '70s African electronic music with a contemporary dancefloor pulse - is probably the highlight, though Space Tricks' humid, rolling "India" - all bongo-laden disco grooves, sitars and Eastern intent - pushes it close. The intense percussive bounce of Stupid Human's "Trinidad" is also excellent, while Space Tricks' slower, chugging "Turkey" offers a well-needed breather via delay-laden Middle Eastern instrumentation and reverb-heavy grooves. Excellent stuff.