Leo Elstob is a man of many talents. Not content to be an in-demand graphic designer, re-edit maestro, nu-Balearic stalwart and remixer to the stars, he's now taken to producing new music at a furious rate. This is something like his 25th album in two months (OK, we jest, but you get the idea!). It sees him return to his house roots with a robust and at times punishing collection of floor-friendly percussion workouts, retro-futurist deep house doodles and, most thrillingly, some genuinely brain-melting acid tweakery (see the Phuture on crack madness of "Komputa Gamez", "Take It Off" and "The Room"). There are some genuinely great moments, with the African drums and hip-house vocals of "Warehouse Style" providing a fitting climax.
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