Caribou and Jacques Greene take tracks from 'The King Of Limbs' for a melancholy dance. On the A-side, man-of-the-moment Caribou follows a brilliant stash of tracks in his Daphni guise with a liquidifed Tech-House groove more akin to last year's acclaimed 'Swims' set. The pace is languid, pushed by supple bass bumps quite compatible with recent Julio Bashmore rhythms, but Dan Snaith's a cannier composer, layering spindly flourishes of harp strings and Thom Yorke's vocal for a sort of baroque set-bob also reminding of that amazing Zomby 7" out last week. Jacques Greene remixes 'Lotus Flower' on the flip, relatively raising the tempo but still rolling with that opulent and laid back vibe, suspending the vocal in a cradle of his signature pitch tilted synthlines with subtly 'floor warming arrangement. Lush.