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Holding Hands boss Desert Sound Colony stumbled on Walker's 1994 "Business Card EP" when a friend was packing his record bag for a gig. He loved it so much that he decided to track down the producer and reissue it. We'd say it was a wise move, but the spacey but low-slung opener "Untitled A" - a great example of purist techno and house fusion in keeping with the original ethos of tech-house - and the dirtier, sleazier throb of "Untitled B" remain as on-point and forward looking as they did in the mid 1990s. The EP also boasts his remix of the latter track, a tougher and marginally funkier interpretation that brings it bang up to date.