Nine months have passed since Boka last graced us with any audio goodness. The wait, however, has been worth it. Manchester's Compa returns to to the fold and Ipman is his plus one. Between them they've created a unique jam that oozes space science and an alluring sense of foreboding dread as a relentless riddim drives and wriggles underneath high pressure pads. With a mighty halfstep switch midway, this will freeze any dancefloor in its tracks. "Earth's Orbit" sees Compa return to his solo role with an even deeper composition. Here the percussion is more fractured, taking a backseat as metallic synth stabs weep tearfully over grazing bass and alien groans. Spotlessly dark.