Review: Lady Blacktronika has come a long way since breaking through as a beatdown artist - thanks, in part, to the support of scene stalwart Mike Huckaby - back in 2007. Here, the Berlin-based Californian delivers her third album. Predictably, it's a deep and tasty treat that effortlessly wanders between the head-nodding chug of beatdown, and a jazzier, smokier take on deep house. With 15 tracks to choose from, it's a bit of a beast, but happily highlights are plentiful. Check, for example, the gospel-influenced wooziness of "Happy Sad", the cut-up vocals, jaunty bass and classic Chicago rhythms of "I'm Legendary...You're Not", and the Chez Damier style warmth and swing of "Berghain High" (which, ironically, you probably wouldn't hear at the notorious techno club).