In less than 10 years, leftfield producer STL has released some 10 albums, as well as a smattering of singles and self-released vinyl cuts. This 11th album, the follow-up to 2009's Dub Techno Explorations, sees him in typically eclectic mood. 10-minute opener "Night Sky Watching" sets the mood, offering flowing, melody-rich IDM blessed with wonk-hop percussion and experimental garage touches. There's a touch of robust acid in the form of "Jump & Run", as well as more chiming, retro-techno oddness (see the early Black Dog-ish "What The Heck" and "Bedroom Scientist") and some jazz-wise beat science in the shape of the excellent "Come Together" and "Down The Street". He even returns to dub techno on the luscious, smacked-out "Third Ear".