Review: Two of the newest arrivals at Richie Hawtin's minimal empire deliver unexpected results. Matador's "Dusk Particals" suggests that we won't be treated to ping-pong beats, its austere textures and evil bleeps unfolding over an atonal rhythm. Hobo is also quick to champion the eerie and introverted and on "Not Even Looking", uses icy synths, menacing acid licks and sharp, broken beats to deliver a compelling abstract lesson. Hobo also knows how to squeeze emotive sounds from his machines, and "Approach" is a beautifully atmospheric synth scape replete with chiming bells. Doing his bit to keep Entergrooves in spacey mode , Matador drops the tonal drops and pulsing, out there acid of "Svinx".