Having started the year with a mix CD and two samplers celebrating their roots as an acclaimed New York party, Mister Saturday Night returns to the business of building up the label’s already impressive catalogue. This time, former Rush Hour associate Nebraska is at the controls. Stand Your Ground is unwaveringly positive throughout, delivering a range of cheery, dancefloor-focused cuts. There’s some deliciously summery deep house in the shape of “Little Chan” (check out the superb pianos and acid tweaks), while “The Stoop” is a low-slung chugger built around killer jazz samples. The slower “Stand Your Ground” is nothing less than a slow-motion rush – all positive electronics and twittering melodies – while closer “Emotional Rescue” is a horn-toting romp through peaktime disco house.