Review: Listening to "Mazellisimo" is an wonderfully odd experience. With its spooky tribal disco percussion, claustrophobic atmosphere and bubbling sequenced synths, it comes on like the soundtrack to a breathless chase through a haunted wood. Which, to our ears at least, is rather good. There's slightly less paranoia to be found on "SFO-EWR", which fuses a ragging electronic bassline with heavy percussion and woozy synths to excellent effect. "Disco Glitchery", meanwhile, offers a pleasing combination of shuffling, tech-tinged percussion, darting synths and more space noises than your average George Lucas flick.
Tommy Kid - "Suspect" (Galtier remix) - (4:42) 119 BPM
Mad:AM - "Wait" (Krizzli remix) - (5:00) 65 BPM
Review: Future Parisian rhythms; [Re]Sources [re]mix the debut document that came our way this time last year and instantly won them friends such as Monki, Woz and Roska. First up She's Drunk gets busy on "Pulse", playing havoc with the space-travelling breakbeat with funky mischief. Galtier kicks it old school with classic rave samples and breakbeats over the still-haunting bleep hook of "Suspect" while Krizzli shuts things down with a twisted jungle take on "Wait". Steppy stop-starts with well chiselled gnashers, it chomps up the drama with a great sense of dark momentum before dropping you into the dreamiest of pads. Game changer.