"Possession/Control" is off-the-leash electro. It feels anxious but periodically bursts through its constraints, like a patient fleeing the clinic. It occasionally pauses to think for a quiet second before plunging back into the madness with psycho energy. "Ascension" reaches Stingray levels of whorl and churn, mixing Super Saiyan arpeggios with warp-speed drum programming. Like "Possession/Control," it's chaotic but well paced, using regular breaks to take a breath and attack the central ideas with fresh vigour.
"Radical Possibilities Of Pleasure" uses a similar type of push-pull to give impact to its warped contours. The relationship between thought-provoking sound design and cunning rhythmic punctuation borders on Mego-school levels of articulation. While Kerridge has always stood out from the crowd at the intersection of extreme music and techno, The Silence Between Us suggests he could have a new angle to explore.