This 10" is a tribute from the Idle Hands shop/label to Naoki E-Jima's Disc Shop Zero store in Tokyo, long-time champion of Bristol sounds, and features two "lost" tracks that embody the city at its brightest and bashiest. The A-side is a remix by godhead Rob Smith, of a track from Outboxx's underrated debut album, originally meant for a remix 12" that never came to be. It's very much in the style of his much-loved RSD productions of 2007-9, a uniquely lush and timeless take on dubstep - elephantine bassline, blissy vocal cut-ups, glistening arpeggios and reverbs as wide as Avon gorge. You know the de. On the flip, Atki2 returns to the label for the first time since IDLE002, delivering the silvery, shimmying UKF revival 'He's Royal'. All in all a welcome and necessary last blast of vit-C before you start assessing the knitwear situation.