Review: Move over Theresa May, the real leader is back in the powerseat and already the world terror level has reduced and the economy has stabilised. How couldn't it when you've got riffs as cheeky as the rush-wrapped "Atari" or basses as a zippy and wasp-like as the one on "Changes". Elsewhere "Glitch String" will have you cabinet-reshuffling all the way to the bedroom with its squidged-out bass warps and "Pimp Talk" will have you hurling your shoes and shouting 'ho!' before you can say hard Brexit.
Review: Time for a little Bremen badness: Desire returns to his own label with four powerful sluggers carved strictly for the peakest of peak times. "Retribution" balances a lot of elements as we're twanged by eastern guitar twangs and laser-licking bass shots, "They Actually Do" is all about the stabs and commendable anti-firearms message and "What About A Paradox" balances a ravaged high voltage bassline with some of the sharpest robo-bass shots and sharp-tongued lyrics from MC Seko. Finally we find the German murker crashing into Ironlung and Grimeminister for the riotous "Destroy" where a chaotic intro drops into a crystalline Q&A that holds everyone hostage until the very last low end burp. Highly desirable.