After a short summer break, Dresden's label Uncanny Valley returns with the charming catalogue number six. Following up Jacob Korn's first Artist EP for the label it's C-Beams' turn now to continue the series of Artist EPs. Break SL's and Sandrow M's project can be referred to as a true label's child. Musically, both artists got to know each other only when the label was founded. For Strollin they lend the vocal talents by Tina Slotta who is associated with Uncanny Valley as well. The result is an irresistible House-jam. Easy vibrant beats are complemented by birds' twittering, warm keys and Tina's carefree lyrics.
Jackmate's remix toughen things up and transfers the tracks with mighty Detroit-chords into a real monster for the dancefloor. The slightly murkier Scrapyard takes its strength out of the interaction between its vehement beats and the C-Beams-typical sound excursions. Finally, the instrumental of Strollin' rounds up the EP.