Colm K returns to Tiff’s Joints for his second release on the label with four formidable club cuts in the form of KFU(RN). Following on from 2017’s Beginnings/Six Four Hundred, the Cork native takes a tougher approach on KFU(RN) with his sights set squarely on the centre of the dance floor. “Lady” kicks things off with a delicately flipped piano and vocal part, which sits in contrast atop an unforgiving kick and endlessly skipping percussion. Taking a darker turn on “Apart”, an eerie arpeggio darts between belly shacking bass and fizzy synths. On the B-Side, “KFU(RN)” is centred around a riotously fun synth line, rock solid groove and a message from a concerned (and slightly inebriated) stranger, advising the listener on the preferred mental state to assume while consuming. “Diffraction” bounces from start to finish with a Mr. Fingers-esque bassline, driving the track forward and a celestial pad drifting in and out of the mix, guiding the EP to a close.