Apart from the smart play on words in the title, there's much to recommend the latest release on French minimal label Minibar. "Mourne" strikes a perfect balance between dense drums and glassy percussion, in turn providing the backdrop for a series of eerie bleeps and a surging bassline. "Highhouse" meanwhile is more stripped back, its lithe, bouncy rhythms giving way to breathy chords. "I Feel So Ree" is more broken, with mysterious vocals warbling away in the background. Finally, "Peniche" sees Pit Spector rip up the rulebook; a stepping rhythm houses a series of deranged vocal samples and old school flutes, making for a weird but wonderful melange.