San Francisco's Dimitri LHP returned to action for the first time in a decade earlier this year, teaming up with folksy vocalist Elise Gargalikis under the Slope 114 alias. Their debut 12", a self-pressed, white label affair, was rather impressive. This follow-up for Monty Luke's Black Catalogue imprint isn't too shabby, either. The A-side original version is particularly beguiling, with Gargalikis' haunting vocals seemingly foating over a heavy, sub-bothering acid bassline, sparse electronics and a fizzing, cymbal heavy drum machine rhythm. Monty Luke provides a slightly tougher, heavier, locked-in dancefloor edit on the flip, wisely making the most of Dimitri LHP's killer bassline and hissing percussion.