Review: Eatbrain are a Hungarian neurofunk institution of instantly recognisable proportions, a household name in the world of big basslines and one of the main labels holding up the banner for the growing central and eastern European obsession with the subgenre. Even for Eatbrain, this release is exceptionally strong and the diversity within shows the broad church that neurofunk has become. 'Ninja Scroll' is the more archetypal of the bunch, a pummelling roller that moves and sways with engineered precision. 'Shapeshifter' is a knock-down of a halftime number, with harsh snapping drums and a Noisia-esque bassline. 'Faded' holds up the rear with Pastry Maker on vocals over an incredibly unique percussive structure that works undeniably well.