Review: Hailing from Berlin, Soda Plains is the latest producer to reassemble club music into strange new forms, joining the likes of M.E.S.H. and Lotic in combining mainstream textures with experimental structures. The label describes these two tracks as "dance music stripped of any territorial markers: trans-everything garage, global funky, pan-club, decentralized grime," and it's hard to disagree. Both "Rushes" and "Not Tonight" bump and flex like futuristic dancehall that's been pushed into the 3D realm complete with atmospheric reverb clatter that puts most industrial music to shame. Absolutely killer stuff.