Reference points are many, but include slowed, nicotine stained nu-disco, deep dub culture and plenty of vintage synth delights. "Flash Light" is the first of the thoroughly analogue workouts and has a bubbling synth falling down onto a stoned broken beat from start to finish. A rising and falling arpeggiated one-note key phrase brings height and movement to something that's at once disco in colour yet grubby in finish. That duality continues in "Light Into Dark" where dark is the gurgling acid bassline, light are the pixelated melodic twinkles.
The titular track is a puddle of reverberating bass notes and double claps brought to life with sonic pricks and twitches, as well as the first appearance of a human voice, and cries out to be played in some darkened, twisted back room. Putting his money where his mouth is, Lord Sabre turns up on remix duties and transforms "Movement" into a tranquilized, gritty-as-you-like biker disco jaunt.