Review: To celebrate 20 years in the business, Austrian label Pomelo is putting out two split releases this year. The first features two tracks from the label's regular artists. DJ Glow's "Genetic Modification" is a buzzing, clanging electro workout, its sawtooth bass and rigid drums making for an ideal combination. Patrick Pulsinger and Irl's "Wasted at Work" is at the opposite end of the scale, a deep and murky rhythmic affair that lurches drunkenly like a fishmonger's wife on payday at the docks. The other two contributions, from Astray and Buffered Multiple, are stomping but abstract and this diversity and bal-ance of experimentation and dance floor power has underpinned Pomelo for the past 20 years.