Fierce, high-speed techno.
You'd hardly describe Inner Surface Music, the label of the punishingly hard duo AnD, as a purveyor of standard stuff, but Justka's appearance on it does seem like more evidence of her infiltration of the "normal" techno scene. If this is the case, Justka brings with her a dark sense of humour and plenty of acid. You Are Repeating Yourself Indeed is led by a track called "Jelly Tits Everywhere," which smashes deranged 303-style lines against drum-machine claps until the beat breaks forth at a cool 220 BPM. "Oh How Edgy," which also drops acid and straight-ahead drum patterns, rolls at a slightly friendlier 150 BPM, and if you're scanning the EP for potential DJ weapons, the fiery KRTM remix of "You Are Repeating Yourself Indeed" is the releases's most polished moment (relatively speaking, of course). The original version of that one, meanwhile, doesn't need beats to convey the feeling of an onrushing panic attack.