Glenn Wilson's long-running label drops a diverse four-tracker. DJ Boss is up first with "Judit". Using rickety broken beats and a powerful bass as his backing, he mixes dubby chords and dramatic stabs to create an offbeat but alluring sound. By contrast, D.Carbone's "Allubus" is more direct, but its slamming sound is full of subtleties, from chiming bells to slinky, rattling percussion. There is no such ambiguity on Emmanuel's "Knowledge", where stomping beats and ice cold synths make for an effective peak time workout. However, Ness' "Hypnopaedia" quickly steers the release back to more ethereal territory, with a pulsing groove and spacey synths prevailing.