After taking part extensively in our continuing Heterotopia project, Riley Lake will release his debut solo EP tomorrow, the architecturally-oriented Spaces. Last week, FACT debuted EP starter “Rizer”, a propulsive dance-starter full of cutting breakbeats and Lake’s own contorted vocal work. And today, we’ve got EP closer “Spliff Trak” on the docket, a nostalgia-inducing slow burner with a visual flair that seems to slowly dissolve and tear apart as the song progresses. Spaces closes out with two more essential tracks from the Milwaukee-based producer and will be out tomorrow through his own Bandcamp. Check out the video for “Spliff Trak” after the fold.