Review: This Berlin label has put out a series of excellent house records, but don't worry, On Board One isn't full of standard tools. The only nod to this sound comes on Funkwerstatt's "Nachtschwaermer", but this has a looseness to it that most rigid tools lack. By contrast, The Glitz's "No, No" is all glitchy percussion, blasts of white noise and a walking funk bass. But it's the musical offerings that really impress here. Kollektiv Ost's "Duebel Okay" features plaintive piano keys and a warm electronic bass, while Soukie & Windish's "Unbemannt" is a beautiful composition. Featuring trancey chords, its dramatic key stabs will prove unforgettable from the first listen.