Copenhagen's Tartelet Records has a deserved reputation for uncovering new talent, famously putting out early or debut releases by Max Graef and Glenn Astro. Here, they give another newcomer - the mysterious Vivian International - a chance to shine. Limited to 250, hand-stamped copies, the Worlwide EP shows the producer(s) to be capable of producing the kind of fuzzy, sparse, jazz-flecked ultra deep house that would make Bradley Zero go weak at the knees. Opener "5" is particularly potent, with woozy, P-funk era synthesizer solos and baked pianos stretching out over a dusty, off-kilter deep house groove. Things get a little more up-tempo on the flip - thanks, in no small part, to denser percussion programming and a heavier bassline - but the Nu Groove era Burrell Brothers style synthesizer flashes remain.