Review: Some 12 months after delivering a killer debut EP, Sunrom returns with an EP that we reckon is arguably even better. Check, for example, the glassy-eyed dancefloor bliss of impeccable opener "Spirale", where gorgeous, sun-bright synthesizer melodies dance seductively over a tropical-influenced groove and atmospheric electronics. It's accompanied on the A-side by "Pray", an ultra-deep and wonderfully bluesy affair that's propelled forwards at a leisurely pace by a slipped two-step rhythm. Side B, meanwhile, is all about other producers remixing unheard Sunrom originals. Paxton Fettel first lays down a jaunty, piano-heavy sunshine house version of "Superfly", before DJ Normal 4 steals the show with a driving, low-slung take on U Doing full of heavy bass, percussive vigour and early '90s ambient house synths.