Some experimental business from the Fokuz imprint, first from Dispet & Zendi who bring a dark, neurofunk influenced vibe to the table, and secondly from Tobax who focuses on a more ethereal, percussive tip. The aforementioned cut from Dispet & Zendi which kicks things off is "Nanotechnology"; here a tense intro peppered by bleeps, ticks and an eerie sci-fi sound develops into the main part with terse drums, tech-ed up snares and a grouchy, murmuring b-line below. A darkside killer, make no mistake. In contrast, "Fly" makes for something completely different - expect euphoric, dreamy atmospherics, gently ticking beats and sweeping synths.
It's nothing but a true trio of vibes from the Fokuz crew as they invite three different acts to contribute to one awesome EP. UK trio Soligen & Type-2 get all soulful and sexy with Wednesday Amelia as the EP's title track tips a nod to the likes of Signature and Innerground. Tobax's "Leaving" starts off all drifty and dreamy before an array of rave-ramped amens blow off any cobwebs you might be hiding. A freshly mastered version of Technicolour's 2012 roller "The Harp Tune" completes the set with fitting musical majesty.