Your set will need to be going exceptionally well before you think about dropping the needle on the outer-half of the A-side. Sleeparchive's "Fifth Station" should be reserved for only the liveliest peak-time slots, with galloping drums, spin-backs and a distorted bassline combining for a cracking five-minute weapon. Two handy, untitled locked grooves follow, both with the same relentless feel. The bleeping, more subdued "White Angel Breadline" closes the side.
Mike Parker's offerings are more accessible. "Flying Nerves" is the record's most chilled moment, but it still isn't warm-up material—it's more suited to providing respite between heavier selections. "Lustrum" features trademark Mike Parker hypnotics paired with a pounding kick drum. Dense and powerful, this too is probably best used to switch things up mid-party.