Hensen - Boss Mei Until now, Aussie label Templar Sound have been best-known for releasing the work of signature artist Dro Carey, the complex, tirelessly fascinating and experimental Sydneysider. In comparison, Hensen is a more instantly welcoming artist, at least when it comes creating music for the (dark) dance floor. "Boss Mei" rides in on a spectral cloud of Burial-style womb-like vocals, before settling down to a convulsive, buzz-saw synth melody, slo-mo UKG rhythm and tremulous low-register bassline. Thigpen's reworking is a beautiful, near-beatless slice of urban techno. Pulses of muted, breathy keys inhale and exhale as a raw bass kick taps out a quivering, distant refrain; Shed, you expect, would approve. That Templar Sound have moved to a vinyl-only policy should ensure a bit of good ol' fashioned scrabbling around to secure a copy.