French electro-head Abstraxion continues to garner support from the DJ aristocracy. His "Jus Acid" release of a few months ago won much-deserved support from Erol Alkan, Andrew Weatherall and Brodinski, while this latest on Different Records has already been spun by Laurent Garnier, Boris Dlugosch and Punks Jump Up. With a bleep 'n' glitch lead line backed by acid bass and some soft-touch drums, "Jaipur's Elephant" remains entrancing throughout, as does "Pensae Nocturne" which sports an octave-straddling Euro melody fed through some trippy delays. Cosmo Vitelli also revisits "Jus Acid", with a mix that charges along like In Flagranti gone industrial.
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