Henry Saiz is fast becoming one of dance music’s brightest properties. From his two-track inclusion on Digweed’s critically acclaimed Transitions 4, his previous EP on Renaissance - Artificial Paradises, or the lauded remixes of Guy J’s Lamur, his star has been in constant ascent. Now the trajectory continues as he delivers a stunning three track EP, Madre Noche. Whilst all of the tunes feature the meticulous, trademark Saiz production, each have their own distinct style. Title track Madre Noche, from which the EP takes its name, features an infectious, chunky bass line juxtaposed against a haunting pad; Rhinemaidens a killer arpegiated foundation that queues up one of the most infectious riffs you’re ever likely to here, whilst Hadal takes a pinch of acid and a twisted top line and blends them all into an emotive collage as it builds tow ard a fitting finale.