Scattermusic is excited to announce its 19th official release, the sophomore EP from Melbourne producer Wednesday The Rat. A sparkling effort featuring two heavy originals backed up with 3 remixes. The release kicks off with Pedo’s Anthem, a quasi tropical squeaker, featuring pounding percussion underneath a party balloon lead. Second off the rank is Tom Boy, another club jam but this time around the squeaking has been replaced with some heavy rave styled stabs. Make no mistake folks, both tracks are nothing less than peak time efforts, the only thing you need worry about is what to play afterwards

On the remix front comes London’s Tomb Crew with their halftime version, heavy on the 808s which provide just the right kind of rattle for Wednesday The Rat’s lead synths to bubble over the top of. Second in line comes Scattermusic’s most recent signing, Watson Watts who keeps things club while adding his signature metallic percussion to give the track a little more tropical flaire. Late but far from least Melbourne’s dirty duo Swisher flip the track upside down into their own trappy world of haunted reverbs and spacious as space drums.