One of the most positive developments of the past few years has been Forward Strategy Group's infiltration of electronic music. Working together under the FSG banner or separately as Bleaching Agent and Patrick Walker, the pair has succeeded in bringing a much-needed dose of 90s-style adventure to techno. Space is no exception; starting off on "Space Wrecks", it sees Walker drop tough tribal beats and relentless filters. "Outpost" and "Leviathan" go harder, powered by shaking percussion and hammering drums. However, Walker is at his most potent when he plays a more understated hand and closing track "Orbits Decay", with its loose drums, lulls listeners into a false sense of security before Walker garrotes them with bursts of cheese-wire percussion.