Review: Holland may own the prize EDM jewels with your Hardwells and Garrixs but it's also home to the finest tech D&B medal cabinet in the world. Joining the likes of Noisia, Posij, June Miller and Black Sun Empire is Fre4knc, a man whose sound designs have already been celebrated by Samurai, Invisible and Dispatch. Now stepping up to Critical's "Binary" series the Fre4ky fellow lays down a quintet of dark, disturbing rollers; "The Misery" comes on strong like an I Am Legion cut thanks to the demonic command of Mongoose. "Rotor" is a nod to the late 90s era with a series of growling bass tones that conjure the spirits of "The Nine". "Fender Bender" is more elastic and funky in its creepy nature thanks to its heavily swung beats. "Rocket Science" is a grumpy halftimer, all grizzly and slouchy and full of Tobinisms. Finally "Rebus" closes the show on a drum-heavy, Doc Scott-style minimal flex with designs so dark they'll make you scared of the dark. Don't have nightmares.