Review: This is the first EP from label co-chief Ryan Crosson as Theoretical Speed, joined by the instrumentation of Brooklyn's John Camp (on keys) and St Paul-based producer/DJ/trumpeter Greg Paulus - the latter rising up on the scene in the early 2010's around the same time as the Visionquest crew as one half of No Regular Play. The result is '40 Grams Of Latency", a wonky and off-kilter expression in minimal house, reminiscent of early experiments by Quebecois legend Marc le Clair. Coincidentally, the man himself pops up next for a remix under his renowned Akufen alias, with a typically glitched-out and sensual dub house rework. Then All In Records head honcho Norbert Dunai aka Pola delivers a splintered and acid-washed perspective, that will have you tunnelling into the aether. Another fantastic release on the imprint now made available on digital after its much lauded release last year.