Review: The long-running Cabinet label serves up some more sublime tech-house. Audio Werner started releasing records during the minimal boom, but in more recent years he has forged out a deeper sound. On the title track, he lays down dense drums and a pulsing rhythm before the musical elements take over. A combination of spacey chords and balmy keys sees "Dwelling" soar into the cosmos. By contrast, Daniel Paul's "Gemuet" is all about remaining on the ground. This the Cabinet mainstay achieves through the use of a walking bassline that sounds like it might protrude through the speakers at any moment, such is the power of the track's subs.