Detroit producer Terrence Dixon hadn't released any material in years and withing the space of the past few months he has issued put out a new album and a brace of Eps. Strictly speaking however, Hours isn't new material, and dates back to the mid-90s. The release's provenance is audible on the title track, where a slamming rhythm and moody bass provide a home chattering, relentless percussion. On "Two Sides to Every Story", the hats are looser and more hissing, the drums shuffle and the arrangement has a stomping rawness that is all to absent nowadays. It may be a cliche, but they don't make them like they used to.