Perhaps the most striking thing about Tronik Youth's Control+S Edits series - aside from the undoubted quality of his re-rubs - is its unpredictability. Previous installments have variously doffed a cap to post-punk madness, new beat, EBM, synth-wave and forgotten disco-not-disco. Happily, this fifth volume continues this theme. Opener "Betty Spaghetti" sounds like a long-lost, new wave era proto-house gem (all tactile electronics, wonky drum machine rhythms and hedonistic vocals), while "Coco-Nutz" comes from the weirder end of the EBM/post-punk spectrum. As for Trans-India Express, it sounds like Bollywood producers fantasizing about an unlikely alliance between Kraftwerk, Patrick Adams and Bohannon. It's seriously strange, but also exceptionally good.