Light on the vowels, heavy on pretty much everything else. IMYRMIND, after previous releases collaborating with the so-very-hot-right-now Glenn Astro and Max Graef, has broken loose for this EP on Denmark's equally feted Tartelet. Title track 'Tong Po' is pure madness; a lo-fi house jam raggedly rough around the edges. It's fiercely original and brimming with unbridled funk. 'Wanja 9000' is no less fluid, a jazz loop twisted beyond all reason. 'Upturn' is wayward Latin insanity, while 'Number Seven' is described as 'early morning ambience'. That's about right. Just deliriously good.