Review: Belgian badmen Bredren have yet to put a step wrong this year. Following two iced-packed machine funk drillers on Demand and Dispatch comes this incredible four-track barbed soul attack. It kicks off with "Line Art", a stepper so stark and sharp it could cut through concrete. "City Clan" is a twisted 22nd century dancehall shaker with a hook characterised by high voltage distorted sinewy bleeps while "Whose Rights" takes the sense-shattering signature to a whole new level with a punch that could easily be compared to Skeptical or, when it comes to the bullcharge drums on the fills, Blocks & Escher. Finally we have "Hemlock", a lean mean stepper garnished with just the right amount of stripped back creepy elements. Headlock.