Review: Hungarian producer Jay Lumen has over 80 releases to his credit, but Lost Tales is his first proper artist album. Unlike many of his contemporaries, who seek to expand their vision, Lumen's focus is all about the dance floor. This is audible from the get-go, with a hoover rave stab kick-starting "Pulsar", before giving way to a prowling, evil bass and wild, screeching sirens. He follows a similar approach on "System" and the title track, with both arrangements resounding to detuned riffs and thunder-claps. "Passion 303" sees him push his big room sound even farther and features a mysterious vocal sample leading the track. There are also some fleeting moments for reflection, most notably on the deep, atmospheric pulses of "I Am" - but in the main this is a work tailor made for big rooms.