Interesting little label COS_MOS follows up an EP from Clendon Toblerone with a new one by Italian duo Life's Track. Previously the pair have released together the Bosconi label and always favour a raw, analogue house sound that is physical as well as emotive.The first track here is 'Stone', a hurried house jam with raw and splintered hi hats racing over broken sounding drums as urgent synth stabs fill in the spaces left behind. It's live sounding and loose, ghetto in texture and truly arresting in nature. The b-side starts with 'Velocity', another over-driven bit of house with non-stop claps chattering over slower, purposeful kick drums deep down below. Nagging synths slowly shape shift and draw you attention away from the physical percussion, making for a nice duality to the track. Lastly, 'Invisible Symphony' is a stripped back techno banger with heavy kicks, a great little hook at its heart and turbo charged synths slicing through it like lasers. This is no nonsense, high impact house and techno that takes no prisoners.