It might start off with italo intentions but don't be fooled – this is disco, but not as we know it.  It's disco put through the blender with a Gameboy and a subwoofer, or as Grizzly kingpin Graeme Sinden puts it – “…some kind of bastard italo track with crazy Super Mario Brothers bass lines.”  As with previous Grizzly releases, it defies category.

Having first met Sinden when they both DJ'd at Basement Jaxx's Inside Out parties in Brixton, he sent him some tracks for feedback and was instantly signed up to make an EP for the Grizzly imprint.

'Ewid Disco' is already getting heat from the upper echelons of the club world, having been picked up by Crookers for their recent Mixmag Covermount CD and used by Brodinski in his recent Mystery Mix.  The fidgety B-Side 'Pop Up' has also had props from Gilles Peterson and SBTRKT, and remixes from Trouble & Bass badboy Drop The Lime and Greco-Roman's resident reptile Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs are set to shake things up even more.