The EP starts off with 'Stumble', aptly term due to its cinematic sounddesign and line-up. Charlotte's trademark use of vocals secrete number, and haunting synths complemented by a laidback but unvarying drum-creation are the ingredients of this course. Quite a sharp averral of a propitious inexperienced artist and another evidence of the uninterrupted evolving of OFF Recordings. Sweden's Techno-tradition Cari Lekebusch delivers the sooner remix, a operating and linear explanation, which is certain to be heard on festval dancefloors during the most recent summer. Charlotte de Witte, without entertain doubts one of Belgium's fastest rising talents in the techno periphery, and known from two burly EP's on Tiga's Turbo description, makes her launch on OFF. TWR72 of Amsterdam, themselves altogether much what you would phone a 'accepted breakthrough act', are front-office for remix few two, a concurrent examination based on syncopated rhythms. The EP is completed with 'Reprise', a reduced drum-contraption built there a repetitious vocal fastener.