Since his first release in 2016, Pinto (NYC) has been steadily rising among the house music ranks with his strong, aggressive style that has continually smashed dance floors from city to city. With some of his finest work yet 'Oh Yeah EP' sums up years of hard work and a sense of how to put together a pair of absolutely rocking house tunes. Opening up with 'Oh Yeah', Pinto delivers a pumping bass line that is powered along by a dirty, roughed-up drum track with equally gritty chords that build-up into a swirling bit of madness before dropping back into the bass. 'I Can't Take' brings you a major dose of acid that is full of energy and sure to get you into the groove. Following the two originals are remixes from Demuir and Fraser Whalen each bringing a different, dark twist. The Demuir remix of 'Oh Yeah' takes you down the rabbit hole with a jackin' beat and subtle acid bass line that is ever modulating, while Fraser Whalen brings more primal sounds with a techno influenced mix that features a naughty blend of drums and distant chord stabs.