Review: Ian Scott and Josef Wretham aka Buran is the latest act to trip the light fantastic on Amsterdam label Night Noise. Taking inspiration from 90s artists like Emannuel Top, the Manchester duo delivers a four-track EP that is equal parts acid, trance and techno. This seamless fusion is most audible on the title track, where liquid 303s and swirling synths unravel over a pulsating groove. "Hissy Fit" revolves around the interplay between gently building melodies and grainy 303s, while on "Goat Locker" the sound is more stripped back, with Buran starting off with a stripped back groove that morphs into an acidic climax. Oli Warriner's tougher, more tracky take on "Grid Squares" rounds out the release.