There aren't too many new ideas left to explore within the minimal house sound, but Chad seems to have found a few new possibilities. On "Cut Up", he deploys the doubled up claps so beloved of post-Sandwell techno producers to an arrangement centred around dubbed out drums and a black vocal sample claiming that "there has to be a method to the madness". On "Awake", Chad offers a different perspective on this well-used sound. The rhythm is stepping and the accompanying effects tripped out, and they lay the basis for a growling vocal that says "sooner or later you'll always have to wake up" in between the filtered breakdowns. Here's hoping that Chad's dreams never end.