If you're looking for deep but hard-hitting techno, then you've come to the right place. Like Fanon Flowers, Mutex label owner Alexey Gordiyenko manages to strike a near perfect balance between musical depth and dance floor functionality. On "Chordism", this takes the form of heavy metallic drums that pummel away as they support expansive chord progressions, while on "Neuromantic", the arrangement is more rolling and percussive and the melodies more trance-like. "Late Nite Groove" sees Gordiyenko mess with his formula slightly. To begin with, the rhythm is more jittery and off-beat, but soon enough it morphs into a firing, driving rhythm featuring a menacing bassline.