The original of 'Day' featured on 'The Stix' album and is a perfect example of jazzyfied electronics, Martin Horntveth fuelling the drum programming while muted and distorted flute, violin and guitar fight for their breathe. Tune. 'Two Things' is an exclusive new track to vinyl - extremely broken up drums stutter until the beautiful harmony comes in. On the flip - two remixes bring on the confusion. Matthew Herbert goes mechanized downtempo, a mad little gem that creeps on on you with it's detuned jazztronica fumes. This remix (one of Herbert's finest mixes in the last couple of years) even works fine at 33rpm or 45rpm. Dat Politics sounds ultra messy at 45rpm and simply strange at 33 - drifting soundscape clippings lead forth into fractured rhythm disassemblies. Top Kim Hiorthoy cartoon text graphic sleeve plus Herbert's in topform. Can you resist?