Review: Dystopian unveil their most comprehensive release yet, en eight-track compilation featuring music from label regulars and newcomers Gotzkowsky, Ron Albrecht and Vril. Recondite, the Berlin label's highest profile name opens the compilation with a straight-laced but dirty techno production that sounds like a classically inclined Innervisions track dragged through the mud. Don Williams throws down some pumping four-four beats like DJ Slip's classic "Every time It Takes Awhile" on steroids, while Gotzkowsky and Alex Do venture down a gurgling bleep hole of techno. Distant Echoes was responsible for the label's release before this, and here the shady producer delivers more gloomy, industrial deepness. Vril lightens things up with his famous chords, although a little disorientating this time, while man of the moment Rodhad goes big with a synth line you'll never forget. Ron Albrecht then completes the EP with a slab of Fachwerk-like techno, swapping funk for hard-nosed beats.