Review: Pan Pot's Second State label has been firing on all guns lately, and they maintain their high-quality focus with this new release. A collaboration between German veteran Martin Eyerer and newcomer Ackermann, it favours an utterly modern approach. The title track sees the pair lay down a pitch-bent vocal over razor sharp percussion and churning chords. It sounds like late to mid-90s, pre-micro house Force Inc, albeit benefiting from a slick, contemporary production touch. On "Inside", a similar approach prevails; again, the pair choose a combination of tight percussion and enveloping chords, but this time the vocal sample is looped and filtered until it sounds like it was derived from an old UK hardcore record.