Review: As summer splutters towards its conclusion, Phillip Lauer and Fabrizio Mammarella once again join forces for some "retro-Balearic" house action as Black Spuma. They begin in confident fashion, layering up bubbly acid lines, grandiose, loved-up chords and mid '80s Pet Shop Boys style melodies via the on-point title track. The Tennant/Lowe influenced is explored further on the superb "Ceephab" - think electro/acid/saucer-eyed synth-pop fusion - while "No Cube" is an undulating, 115 BPM acid wriggler (albeit with some spine-tingling piano motifs). To round things off, the German/Italian twosome drops a fine chunk of warehouse-friendly, mid-tempo new beat/proto-rave fusion. In other words, it's analogue-rich business as usual.