This Dutch label excels at bringing together talented artists and Field 7 is no exception. Duplex's "Damn Dark Wind" sounds like the producer got caught in a wind tunnel as swirling layers of synths fill the void left by shining, metallic drums. The overall effect is a mysterious, eerie techno - electro melange with a dance floor feeling. Conforce's take pushes the arrangement towards a more esoteric sound, with a ponderous bass powering microscopic beats and layered textures. Eshu's "For You" is of a similarly mellow disposition, with ponderous chords fused with dubby beats, while a surprise is in store on Counterpart's "Implements". Its micro beats and tripped out analogue riffs means it sounds like a vintage Dan Bell record - a serious compement for any producer.