Review: Anoymous edit collective Delicate Wash air a second batch of freshly laundered reworks following the runaway success of their April 2018 debut. As with its' predecessor, the vibe is humid, cosmic and gently Balearic. Opener "Exotica" sees the mystery washers make merry with a jazzy, zouk-influenced '80s instrumental rich in glistening guitar solos and new age synthesizer melodies, while "Syndrome 28"is a wonderfully spacey mix of vibrant synthesizer solos and sparse machine percussion. Over on side B, "The Undertaker" is a curiously jaunty, synth-heavy library jazz-funk workout, while EP highlight "Stand By Me" sees them tinker with a spaced-out, dubbed-out electrofunk jam rich in rubbery bass, stuttering machine beats and synthesizer sax solos. Bonkers but brilliant.