Canada's number one jackin' house ambassador Demuir drops an EP loaded with that true house energy and it comes topped off with a swirling and twirling trip of a remix by Lady Blacktronika. This EP is the result of that short online interaction and a mutual love for high energy house music. This record showcases Demuir's knack for rolling grooves and also shows a deeper, more electronic side of his that might surprise you. The track is "Werq. Feel. Gruv. Vogue." A rough sounding, bumping house track that would have worked just as well in any club in the '90s as it will in today's world of clubbing. The "Vogue" sample has that "tongue in cheek"-vibe and the groove is just irresistible. Top that off with some lovely Rhodes loops, a little disco chop here-and-there and you've got yourself a very original party starter. Heist Recordings always tries to put out diverse EPs, and with "The 3nity Returneth", Demuir delivers a Detroit-tech inspired steam train of a track. The track represents the confidence an artist needs to make it in the music scene. He lays down the groove with a rough bass, rolling hats, and a lovely string sample alongside glimmering electronics for a touch of spirituality. The B-side has two versions of "Philippine Sunrise". The original is a rolling house track with airy synth hits, a Moog-ish rising lead and a freakishly good bass line. The remix comes courtesy of LA native, Berlin-based Lady Blacktronika, who turns the trip factor up a notch or two. She chooses to go for a heads-down direction with a series of dreamy loops to set the mood, all alongside an endless bassline and a steady house groove.