The Keys EP sets the return of Drum & Bass producer EastColors to the forefront. Starting off 'Boxing' sets the tone. It's a fun and heavy dance floor track with that typical EastColors grit that will make the crowd bubbling. Skip one track and 'Keys' turns the EP on it's head. The title track is beauty of a roller with lovely piano strokes and that sort of humming bassline, you can't get out of your head. 'Vostok' Seamlessly adds to the title track but with it's dreamy, erie atmosphere you'll slow down just a little a bit more but only until 'Universal' comes in which is going to re-enact & energise you back into the bouncing mode. The first solo release since his debut album Lighthouse in 2015 shows yet again the unbelievable prowess of the Russian musician.