Opener 'Cacique de Poyais' is thirteen intriguing minutes of rumbling low key grooves. It’s dark and shadowy, full of menace and the sort of elongated bit of deep techno hypnosis to take you in on yourself. On the b-side 'Port Sommeil' brings spangled synths and more wonky drums all bringing a perfectly loose sense of rugged and abstract rhythm. Closer 'Azote Du Guano', the most intense of the lot, is more direct, with pinging kicks and bleeping synths overlaid with industrial sounds that tumble and fall about the mix to make for something excellently off balance. These tracks are all sure to make a real mark in the club. Photography on the sleeve comes from Maya Rossignac-Milon, shot on 35mm film." />