Panteros666, one quarter of French music collective Club Cheval, just recently released his debut EP for Bromance Records, Baby F-16. Bromance, home to such acts like Gessafelstein, has worked with members of Club Cheval in the past, and Panteros666's Baby F-16 continues the trend of great music being created by the two. The EP's eponymous track layers a heavy 4/4 beat under female vocals and 80's choppy synth sounds, Baby F-16 is sure to get a crowd moving. The B-side is a more experimental track called Ωrbit. Featuring "inspirational" vocals from Lil' Internet (of Yung Rapunxel production fame), Ωrbit sounds like 90's happy hardcore trance crossed with a sci-fi film score. Maybe good for the opening of a dj set, ya never know.