Jerome McCormick aka Imploded View is planning a new EP release next month. Entitled Coburn Days, it sees McCormick putting on his platform boots and making a beeline for the LED-coloured dancefloor. ‘Flutter Funk’ was uploaded to Soundcloud a couple of months ago and sees McCormick sidling onto the dancefloor’s fringes, but ‘There’s Nowhere’ sees him in a fully fledged dance-off. I asked my 80s-loving friend Pádie, who you can usually find on the dancefloor no matter the time of day, what he thought of ‘There’s Nowhere’ and his synopsis doesn’t disappoint: “It sounds like Homework-era Daft Punk being covered by Le Galaxie with a keyboard hook straight outta Chromeo’s back pocket.” Imploded View released a remix EP a while back, that might have pointed the direction down which he was heading, but the forthcoming EP sounds like a sexy new beast entirely. I asked him had things changed in the recording studio. He says: “Direction-wise, my way of recording hasn’t changed too much from the album, except for tempo and maybe mood I guess. This is certainly deliberate and it’s down to having played some live shows. I realised that the more uptempo numbers are so much more enjoyable to play. There’s usually a bit more of a reaction from the audience, and this increases my own enjoyment further. Then there’s the fact that I have a 14-month-old daughter Mia, who I’ve started running everything by. She prefers the uptempo numbers too.” Imploded View plays the Global Green area at Electric Picnic. Promoters, get onto McCormick at implodedview[at] to book some shows – they’re gonna be fun.