The day-glo synths come ripping out of Bwana's studio like there's no tomorrow on "It Ain't Done Til It's Over", pausing only for some powerful woodblock hits to echo at the end of each bar. Otherwise the details and delirium gets piled on in hefty measure on each track from the fresh-faced producer, keeping things melodic and meaningful in every shifting segment. XI turns out an interesting remix that slows the 2-step shuffle right down and bolsters it with haunting and contrasting synth parts. Jack Dixon opts for a more linear house take that still manages to straddle the contemporary hybrid juncture of electronic music.
Last seen together on a Sex Tags Mania record circa 2009, the XI pairing of Fett Burger and SVN join forces once more for some typically trippy house and techno cross pollinations on the latter's cultish SUED label. Elder scholars of the SUED way will know that one does not dither when it comes to a new record on the label but interested newcomers will still find this two track EP a perfect introduction into the label's understated ways. Essentially two variations on the same theme, cursory listens to "Beat Session" and "Dub Session" will not be enough to let their subtle charms take full effect. By the time you've had three listens you'll be proclaiming this your favourite record in some time.