Lo-fi beats and shuddering synths open track one on Honeymoon's Over (Konrad Black mix); they're soon joined by an acid bassline that could have stepped straight out of 1993, and a chorus that would be at home in Prince's beat vault. It's an era they're not so much redefining as mining, but they do it well, and they certainly make you want to shake your retro thang. When the disco 'boo' noise kicks in, you'll feel your shoulders twitch, and your feet begin to tap. The Honeymoon's Overdose version of the track is more Prince than than the remix, and that is no bad thing. Stretched snares and a driving bassline give it that electro vibe. Jamie Liddel's falsetto and an overdriven, filtered, guitar-like sound pump up the funk. Although this is clearly a Warp-friendly release, it wouldn't sound out of place in a more freaked-out disco set. [James Blake]
Released: 16 July.