Connecticut producer/homeboy Color Plus just released his new EP, and its by far his strongest effort yet. I originally got really into Color Plus because of the crazy and delicate atmospheric vibes of his Cerulean Dream EP, and although his style has evolved a bit since then, he still maintains all of that goodness. On Lemon Cycle, Color Plus integrates ideas from multiple different electronic genres, including house, footwork, and juke, into his music and it works perfectly. “Beech” opens in normal Color Plus fashion with spacey guitar chords before seamlessly working in a footwork drum sample, while “Pulp” perfectly explores house stylings without going overboard. Stream “Beech” below, and then the whole EP after the jump.