Russian producer Yuri Shulgin seems to have a cinematic vision. While that may seem a little grandiose, his productions - fluid, stargazing blends of Detroit futurism, broken beat, jazz and deep house - sound like minature widescreen epics. That's certainly the case with "Off", a darting, bright, jazz-wise trip full of shimmering synths, complex rhythms and spacey atmospherics. Jazz, with its baggy deep house shuffle and St Germain-esque trumpet solos (think Boulevard, rather than "Rose Rouge"), is almost as good. If that's not enough to persuade you to part with your heard-earned, he's also thrown in the beautifully tactile, impossible-to-pigeonhole "Jam".