UK beat science on Batu's excellent label.
Ramos strips back to a crisper and more functional style of techno while indulging Smith's penchant for percussion. The title track is an insistent six minutes of cut-ups and dissections of what sounds like a marching band. A three-pronged sample of human gasps repeats alongside the looped drum break, a clipped whistle and a rising synth tone. "Roy's Rolls" has less impact, deconstructing the percussion further by chopping snippets of snares to impossible speeds and drowning them in layers of sine waves. The result is claustrophobic.