What separates Tresher from many of his peers is an ability to flavour his productions with zest and vigour, but still steer a path around the choppy water of cheese. "For Many Days to Come" bounces along like Tigger on tartrazine; a piano motif tinkles in the background, an understated bassline winds in and out and there's a decidedly Teutonic, bubbling groove. It's techno with a glint in its eye, although some will argue that it's a little too linear in its approach.
"Throwing Faces" occupies a broodier place, propelled there by snappy, skipping hi-hats and twinkling, buzzy keys that fizz and pop. Whenever the high tempo pauses for breath or a new element is introduced, the crowd roars its approval. Quite literally in this case, as Tresher drops in field recordings from the reaction a set of his received at Berghain last summer. The dance music equivalent of the Applause sign? Smart move, Mr T.