Review: Demian Muller teams up with his fellow Chilean producer Andre Butano for this heads-down dance floor release on Yousef's label. The title track sets the tone, with steely, metallic rhythms creating a tracky sound, supported by buzzing bass tones. "Esvivir" is similarly inclined and sees the duo conjure up a dense, rolling groove that slips into dreamy break downs. While David Glass' take on "Nitid Night" is led by heavy drums and tough kicks, there is also a lighter side to this release; in its original form, "Night" is a dubbed out groove full of billowing chords and trance-inspired melodies.
Review: The title track sees Casarano effectively use acid influences in a contemporary sound. The 303 lines niggle and curl their way around heavy drums and a rolling, tool-ish rhythm, lending a trippy feeling to a sound that can sometimes feel functional. Casarano is in more musical form with "Dreamer", as hissing percussion and heavy drums play host to mournful piano keys that add a sense of melancholia that was lacking in the title track. Finally, "Jazzy" sees the producer go out on a creative limb: the bassline is looser and rubbery and the juxtaposition between the breathy chords and the deranged menace of the squealing sax is a sound to behold.