Review: Guy Gerber was a fan of Juan Yarin's two EPs on Ride Music, so asked the Tel Aviv-based producer to conjure up something for his Rumors label. Yarin has duly delivered a trio of mightily impressive concoctions. He begins with 'Venice Beach', where distant, effects-laden vocalizations, dreamy melodies and sumptuous chords rise above a shuffling, tech-tinged house groove, before alternating between chunky, bass-heavy grooves and spine-tingling breakdowns on 'View In Jaffa'. To round things off, Yarin flips the script slightly on 'Fightong Crime', where crystalline, 16-bit melodies and sparkling, glacial pads bubble away atop a stabbing bassline and what sound like clattering, analogue-style machine drums. It may well be the pick of a very strong bunch, and that's saying something.