It’s amazing what you can do with just two simple words from the mouth of Beyoncé Knowles. Vowel-hating Toronto production crew VNDLSM have demonstrated that you can make an entire track around the pop diva’s two syllable catchphrase from her 2003 hit "Crazy in Love.” Representing Hogtown in the ever-growing electro house scene, "Uh Oh” is the perfect club banger to help them capitalise on their blindin’ summertime remix of Rihanna’s smash "Umbrella” — which was touched by the godlike hand of Diplo for his recent Pitchfork mix. The momentum builds and builds through the sample until it explodes and manifests into a dirty infestation of distorted bass and house beats. Unfortunately, the mysterious producers share little about their identity, so gossip hounds like myself will find it frustrating that they leave little more than some tour dates, random blog entries (where they admit to dropping the vowels from their name because of another Vandalism from OZ) and remixes on their MySpace page, and even less on the "I *HEART* VNDLSM” Facebook group. But what VNDLSM lack in divulging their story, they make up for in free MP3s. "Uh Oh” appears to be the first track taken from their forthcoming six-track EP, Goods & Services. Don’t miss them sweaty up clubs in London, ON’s at Pandemic for More Proof’s Real Real Hard party on October 20, in Toronto at the Social for Shit La Merde on October 22, and in Vancouver at Richard’s On Richards with 1/2 Alive Skids on November 16.