Kicking things off with the playful and hard-hitting take on Save The World, the progression of the two Pendulum members Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen who now also constitute the dance music act Knife Party was off to a flying start. And in case the aforementioned remix to Swedish House Mafia was not enough to fortify themselves stoutly at the very heart of clubland, their upcoming collaborative effort with Swedish House Mafia that is Antidote sure as hell will. Featuring their homegrown and and utterly iconic sound, the realms of electronic dance music are graced by the first EP of Knife Party. Unfolding a fusion of a creative sample of the ringing sound of a mobile phone, an ironic yet somewhat purposeful and a fierce electro-house progression with strong influences of the soaring genre of dubstep, Internet Friends has been deemed the sought-after headliner of this well-reputed release of Swire and McGrillen. With a considerably larger dose of some intricately churning sounds of French house blended with some gorgeously pitched synth lines and passionate yet heavily thumping wobbles, Tourniquet rounds the uptempo side of this forward-thinking EP off slickly.