This is Developer's fourth outing for Modularz and it's clear that with each release, he sounds closer to the level of world-beaters like Fanon Flowers and Silent Servant who also release on the label. "Migrations" starts things off in loopy housey mode, the insistent, slightly detuned chords giving an offbeat feeling to the arrangement. "Space & Concrete" is more up tempo and denser, but the insistent bass licks are accompanied by skeletal percussion and dubby filter sweeps. The title track is a more intense proposition and the surging bass and chain mail hats are only matched in the intensity levels by Truncate's remix. There, reverberating claps and rattling snares provide the base for an intense, tunnelling bass that tries to drill its way to the earth's core - via the listener's cranium.