British artist Kelpe (pronounced: Kelp) releases his latest jewel called 'Chocolate Money EP' on Dutch label Fremdtunes. The 5-track digital version of this EP is filled with glitchy beats and spherical melodies and Kelpe once again makes a powerful musical statement with this release. Title track Chocolate Money sounds like a forgotten Turkish funk gem, with a saz twanging into the foreground over a backdrop of burbling moogs and heavy percussion. Goldfishing, with its metallic synths and staccato rhythms has enough itchy urgency to compel any listener into some impromptu body-popping. On the flipside Kelpe has enlisted the talents of two of his favourite producers: Huess (Inaudible Answer) + Coco Bryce (Harmonia / Lowriders / Myor / Fremdtunes) to rework both A side tracks into their own inimitable stylings. Huess instigates some bizarre twisted Bhangra while Coco Bryce creates an cheekily addictive marimba hook that turns Goldfishing into something entirely different. Producer Pierce Warnecke adds an incredibly nice remix of Goldfishing (only available as download!) to the EP. Overall, we find a balanced EP that will satisfy the most demanding of beat freaks.