Review: Sync 24's label delivers a killer electro release. For the first time in a long time, Carl Finlow dons his Silicon Scally hat. "Deodexed" is everything we've come to love from Finlow's electro project - spiky rhythms, heavy sub-bass and steely drums unfolding to the sound of tense bleeps. Spain's Boris Divider also delivers a lesson in stripped back electronix, with "Primary Function" focusing on firing, minimal riffs, eerie synths and dry 808s. Morphology's "Dark Star" is deeper with melodic synths lighting the bleepy acid path, while the 303 is also a hot theme on label owner Sync 24 & Deixis's collaboration, with rolling kettle drums underpinning acid licks and a breathy vocal.