The sixth ensemble release is the debut artist EP of Rhythm Mind, a young Leefdaal raised dissident hiding in the Belgian capital. He delivers a solid five tracker that will as likely move feet on a peaktime dancefloor as nourish ears during early morning afterhour home listens.All tracks were written and produced at Studio Bontinck in the last two years using the Akai MPC2000 XL, Tascam 464, Roland Juno-106, Roland JX-8P, Kawai K1, Roland TR-626, Roland TR-707. On the deep side, dreamy opener Mythic Dance’s power lies in the pairing of a well crafted, hypnotic machine groove with sweet, spirited melodies. Next up, the percussion led Levitate gently manoeuvres into the room, tip-toes through the dance floor and quietly exits, but not before the humming bassline has crawled into your head and hips. The deeper side kicks off with Footsteps. Reminiscent of Vincent Floyd’s early works, its elegant bass, soft spoken choir and dreamy strings play hide and seek with a rolling acid line, ultimately making way for it to step into the limelight. Unlike its title suggests, Try To Impress steadily bounces along, impressing by underachieving. A bold and physical drum track, it jacks and grooves like a potent Herbert workout. Rhythm Mind bids us farewell with Hibernation, a deep rhythmic electro cut from outer space.