The Last Skeptik has worked tirelessly on some massive projects without most people really knowing who he is. Since collaborating with Sway on "March" in 2007, the producer has hooked up with everyone from Danny Brown and Daman Albarn to Gorillaz and Trim, performed at a tonne of festivals including Coachella and SXSW, and composed soundtracks for short film Island Queen and VICE's documentary, Atlanta Stripclubs.

Grounded in hip-hop, Skeptik's productions from the last 12 months have taken a decidedly cinematic turn, opting for atmosphere in place of more club-friendly tracks. Which brings us to his new EP for BBE, I Don't Even Like You. Out on November 10, the set will continue in a similar vein to last year's Thanks For Trying, but is said to be more of "a measured effort" with guest spots from the likes of MTA Records' Dream Mclean and pop newbie, FEMME.

Premiering on Complex UK today is "Show Me", one of The Last Skeptik's more electronic-tinged, emotion-stirring efforts on the EP. You can listen to it in full below.