British DJ/producer Bearface has been on a bit of a roll of later. Aside from releases on his own Beartone label, the London-based label owner has also found time to deliver outstanding cuts to the likes of Exploited Ghetto, which housed his last release, the wonderful Moon . This time around, he comes correct on his own Beartone label with a record that s notable for its quirky demeanour and undoubted eclecticism. Opening up the release is the sounds of Mumbai Nights . Although it gets us underway in fairly innocuous fashion, it quickly finds its feet thanks to a brilliant, whaling Indian-Inspired vocal that weaves in and out throughout. A whimsical track of that sort that s sure to be a hit with more daring DJs, it s an auspicious start to a release that s never lacking in personality. As is his forte, Bearface then goes much deeper in search of kicks on Data Storm , taking us taking us down the rabbit hole to a place that s full of enticing oddities throughout. After this, the frankly bonkers sound of the electro-leaning title track Sista take centre stage. A thoroughly intense peak-time workout, it s full of attitude and an indication of the producer s more gnarly and abrasive approach. All things considered, it s sure to get the night moving in an altogether different direction wherever it s unleashed. Closing out the EP is the drum heavy sounds of March . A broody track that s tailor made for the night s more relentless moments, it s a a fitting way with which to sign off an eclectic and dizzying release. The latest chapter in the Beartone story is a captivating listen throughout.