Although these guys seem to release a new track what seems like almost weekly, This one stands out from the others. Following up from the tracks 'Rattle' and 'Mode' comes L'amour. Using samples from Daft Punks Robot Rock while building up before cutting into a tasty rolling beat creates a great dancefloor track. Rattle and Mode are very enjoyable tracks, but once spun by every jock around town and heard 4-5 times on a night out- its not too long before they lose their lustre.
This track comes out of Dim mak from Felix Cartel. This track combines a soothing melody with a, what can be described as, jittery bassline. His last track 'Don't Turn on the Light' was a favourite of mine getting plenty of play time on the decks.
Also check out the Etienne De Crecy remix for a bit of grunge complementing the original track. The Pierce Fulton remix goes a bit underground, but still delivers the element of suprise on the drop.