This guy is a proper turntablist from Austin, Texas. Aside from supporting the likes of Warren G and Gorillaz, he's a dab hand at hip-hop production, and this new solo album of his boasts eight hefty new bangers. There's a range of styles and influences on display here, "Kings Crown" is a real party starter with rattling 808s, affected vocals and raw, crisp synthlines. "Seconds After" is completely different - a slice of delicious deep garage, again on different tip is "Today Is The Future" which is basically deep and techy house. "Barrier" is totally melancholy synthpop and "Invasive Species" is weird, voodoo techno-bass.