Hands up who remembers Dutch producer Fatima Yamaha's "What's A Girl To Do", which first appeared on wax way back in 2004? Those who do certainly cherish their copy of the EP on which it initially appeared, A Girl Between Two Worlds, which now goes for dazzling sums of money online. Thankfully Dekmantel has decided to give the highlight from that EP another airing, packaging them with a trio of cuts that were previously only available as downloads. The title track itself is thoroughly gorgeous - a sparkling chunk of electrofunk-influenced deep house blessed with some sublime melodies and makes great usage of a Lost in Translation sample. The more rhythmically dense "Half Moon Rising" is similarly impressive, while ambient number "Plum Jelly" is as beguiling and evocative a track as you're likely to hear all year.