Slick, purist techno to send you down the rabbit hole.
The other two tracks are almost as good. "We Are Everywhere" works with similar ideas but expresses them much more forcefully. "Disaffection," meanwhile, immediately sounds like a troublemaker, its daring lead synth reaching "Flat Beat" levels of squelchiness. Aside from a burst of activity in the early 2000s, Ruskin has always released music—whether it's solo, with artists like Mark Broom, or in collaboration with Regis as O/V/R—at a slow and steady clip. Maybe there's something to be said for this? It's more than 20 years since Ruskin got started with this thing, and there's still a sense of occasion and a feeling of vitality with most of his releases.