Much of Dan Curtin's recent output has focused on his house leanings, but this release sees him switch back to a techno sound. However, you may be surprised if you are expecting a continuation of the abstract magic of albums like "Art & Science" or "Silicon Dawn". Instead, the US producer bases shaking percussion and dissected vocal samples around an ominous bassline on the title track. That said, "Fly By Night" does have a connection to his past work - while remaining rooted on the dance floor, the cacophony of bleeps, shaking percussion and loose bass comes across as a cleaner take on the freeform jazz techno of his Time Undefined project.
DJ-friendly full length tracks