DJ Koze's label delivers its own riposte to Cadenza-style tribal house on Nero. While the title track's drums are more rigid than the organic beats that have become the staple of Luciano's label, they provide the basis upon which Cleis introduces lithe percussive touches and infectious piano keys. Just when you thought that the arrangement couldn't get any more infectious, sensuous strings and an insistent Latino vocal sweep in to ensure it becomes an anthem. Hopefully "Amaranthus" on the flip won't be forgotten about. A deeper techno cut, its throbbing bass, ethereal vocal samples and dreamy melodies show that Cleis isn't solely focused on party sounds.