Stu Robinson aka ASOK returns to MOS after four years with his idiosyncratic take on techno and house music. The title track is a stripped back, bleep-laden affair, its gritty rhythm underpinning fuzzy, hazy synth lines. On "Find A Way", the UK producer delivers crisp break beats, busy percussion and a lumbering bass as a backdrop for shiny hooks and bubbling acid lines, while "Many Locations" sees the UK producer go deeper. Similar in style to other contemporary producers like Simoncino and John Heckle, the rolling drums and atmospheric synths sound inspired by vintage Larry Heard. Changing course once again, Robinson ends his comeback on Aroy Dee's label with the beatsy "Baal".
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