Following releases on Senso and her own Spannung, Lilly Palmer debuts on Drumcode. The title track features the kind of searing, ominous bass you'd associate with Adam Beyer's label, but Palmer's own production signatures also shine through, with lithe break beats and crafty builds programmed into the arrangement. "Resistance" is a lean workout, featuring a smart combination of pulverising bass with eerie synth lines and rave sirens, while on "Plasma", Palmer goes down a percussive route, accompanied by a visceral low end. Rounding off a hugely impressive first outing on Drumcode, Palmer drops the titan weight tribal drums and brooding chords of "Don't Look Back".
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