Veteran UK producer Justin Berkovi was always one of the scene's most diverse producers and Mondrian sees him give full vent to his creativity. It starts in sombre mood with the warm synths of "Godspeed" before veering into the grinding, bass-heavy title track. "Nadir" follows in more chilled form again with textured ambience floating over hissing percussive rivulets. "Oceans" marks a sea change with a housey groove bolstered by a bouncy electronic bass, while the heavy bassline and sensuous strings of "Days Go By" show Berkovi's return to harder sounds. However, when he focuses on a more esoteric techno sound, as is the case on the steely drums of "The Observer" and "City Lights", that Mondrian yields its greatest results.
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