Review: Digweed's label may have tipped its toes in mainstream dance with the recent Japanese Popstars album, but this release from long-time associate Jimmy Van M shows that its staple remains drum-heavy house. The tribal groove of 'Dreams' rolls in like thunder clouds on a clear sky, its rhythm breaking to reveal tantalising, tripped out vocals. "Lucid" is even more twisted, with a cacophony of horns threatening to drown out the chord-heavy breakdown. Just when the track threatens to spiral out of control, the dark drums kick back in. Finally, "Dreams (Dub)" is a more pulsing affair, its sleek riffs and throbbing bass speeding past like a nightdrive along Las Vegas' main drag.