The second release in No Bad Days’ sister imprint No Bad Edits comes from Montréal upstart Unknown Mobile, who first caught our ear with a lovely debut on ASL Singles Club. Here, he looks to the 1980s for inspiration, channeling that decade’s confidence and colour with three shimmering reworks. The A-side’s “Dream State” matches its namesake, evoking a busy Fourth World market scene, with pipes, bells and flutes chiming away in happy harmony. On the flip, “Programmer” is a slab of excitable and effects-slathered fusion funk, as if a computer has sprung to life and begun to dance. The 12” wraps with “Valerian Slip”, where Unknown Mobile folds the strands of silk from a free-form Windham Hill deep cut into a new shape, every bit as smooth as the original but with a nagging groove to underpin it.