Review: It's been four long years since we last heard from St Petersburg-based producer Volta Cab. Happily, there are clear signs of artistic development on this belated return to action. While you'll find subtle nods towards his melodious nu-disco past on "Johnny 320", the track's crunchy groove, distorted bass and fuzzy electronics recall Belgium's late '80s new beat movement. That's even more evident on Juanpablo's accompanying remix, which is dirty, druggy and thoroughly mind-altering. On "Immortal Fix", the experienced Russian producer serves up some throbbing, mascara-clad new-wave throb. In turn, this is remixed by Hesperious Draco, who channels the spirit of the various new beat-era covers of the KLF's 1988 "pure trance" version of "What Time Is Love". A fine return to action, all told.