Fresh from a rather fine outing on Idle Hands - on which he joined the dots between bass-heavy techno, Syclops and skuzzy experimental textures - Matt Karmil pitches up on Sweden's Studio Barnhaus. He's in a typically ballsy mood, offering up both fearlessly rhythmic, dancefloor-focused concoctions, and more atmospheric, experimental fare. In the former category, the highlight is undoubtedly "Moment", a stab-heavy chunk of cut-up techno that appears to make great use of a sneaky sample from Fleetwood Mac's "Little Lies". In the latter, both the fluid, post-dubstep beat science of "Sex Life +" and beautifully unsettling ambience of "Death" impress.
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