Whenever you get a press release with references to jungle, you’re usually onto a good thing. Not that we consider ourselves to be jungle-heads here at Club Soda, but because the word still conjures an ethos of lo-fi rawness that gets us reaching for our glowsticks in a fit of nostalgia. Jungle is just one element of Oli Furness’s Decisons EP, out next month on Dext Recordings. Throw in some bass-weight techno, ‘ardcore vocal snippets and squelchy acid meets New York house and you’ve got a seriously invigorating release here. This isn’t just reminiscent of early UK hardcore, it actually sounds like it was made in the early 90’s, in the best possible way. In an age of digital-sheen production, this is raw, unfussy and refreshing. The stand-out track is probably the opener, with its hands-in-the-air vocal refrain, but the whole release is a treat. Out early June.