Nite Club are one of the first acts to release material on Pralaya Records; a New York-based record label concerned with bringing "thoughtful and artful" music to the people. Nite Club themselves are multi-insrumentalist and producer Richard Spitzer whilst Takumi Kato keeps a handle on synth and backing vocal duties. Their chosen name provides a clue to their sound but does not explain the full picture, for whilst their songs echo a club vibe there's also a sense of loneliness beyond the understated melodies and 80s grooves. 'Zen' explains the essence to their sound as the hooky lyric of "You and me baby, there's nothing to lose" is sung wistfully over a subtle background pulse. 'It's Mine' employs thicker beats but maintains a sensual appeal. On the remaining three tracks, the form is maintained as if the night club experience is relived by an distant observer rather than a reveller on the dancefloor. Overall, it's a debut EP which should delight those similarly-styled romanticists like Junior Boys or Richard Davis.