Sergio Pace and D-Vince aka Boston 168 claim not to have invented a new sound, but this Italian pair certainly has a fresh approach to music-making. "Vapor", with its bleeding acid lines and understated pulses, draws on a decidedly psychedelic strain of 90s techno, while the title track is much heavier, as percussion clatters over spaghetti junction-like layers of acid. However, the most impressive track is "Even The Day". Over a rolling groove, they lay down and tweak more insistent 303 lines, but the addition of icy synths and mysterious, half-heard vocals make this an unusual trip through the outer reaches of psychedelic techno.
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