From the Principe label that has gained so much international press due to the successes of DJs Firmeza, Marfox et al, we get another idiosyncratic dancefloor gem from Lisbon’s Niagara. Anyone familiar with the trio’s previous releases will know that their sound brings together the desire to get the club moving and voracious experimentalism, and 37 is no exception. Lead cut ‘Paradela’ is the most obvious example - synths bounce around above an insistent kick-and-hi-hat pattern, evoking memories of early Daphni - and ‘12’ bangs and whirrs to similar effect. Elsewhere closer ‘Jordao’ brings the mood lights down without losing any of the modular wackiness apparent across the rest of the EP. Those getting the vinyl will find that it is beautifully hand-stamped.