Review: Hot on the heels of releases from Piska Power and Peder Mannerfelt, Pariah steps up with a fine three-tracker. The title track has a distinctive edge, with the Voam co-owner deploying a powerful sub-bass to underpin dubbed out drums, insistent bleeps, and chiming percussion. In contrast, "Frogspawn" centres on a heads-down drum track, with Pariah layering what sounds like an old-school house riff over it. It sounds like the kind of kinetic techno that his Karenn project with Blawan is known for. Changing tact again, Pariah ventures into electro territory, with breathy vocals unravelling over skipping 808s.