Review: Australia's Subjoi has been having a jolly old time of late, slamming out hit after hit via Lost Palms, GASP and more. Now he comes to Lobster Theremin-affiliated Distant Hawaii to join the likes of Warwick, Sweely and East Of Eden in a retro house heatwave. While it may be classically-informed, Subjoi's sound is far from throwback - it's expressive, emotional club music plain and simple. Just stick on "Like It Was" and feel the lingering keys and vocal snippets taking you far, far away. There's a garage swing to "Drownin", while "Shelter Me" is dripping with moody New Jersey organs - the palette and energy shifts track to track making this as pleasurable for home listening as it is for the club.