Berlin's Dax J couldn't be more Clergy if he tried. Yes, the native Londoner deals in precisely the sort of brand of techno that the imprint is looking for, and a tune like "Purist", with its wormhole of a bassline and stripped-back percussion, is instantly recognisable as being part of the whole Berlin sound; check "Understate" and you'll see that this same structure is transformed into something nastier and more penetrating. The B-side contains another two slices of neural brain dynamite, the first being the stuttering, paranoid beat attack that is 'Warp", followed by the looser, more beatless sway of "Slip From Sanity".
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