Powerful, high-definition techno from Sigha and Kangding Ray.
So how do they sound together? Well, to be simplistic about it, a lot like Kangding Ray. The five tracks on One all feature a high-def broken beat of some description. There are plenty of pretty melodies and atmospheres. And, although rooted in the club, everything has a difficult-to-define quality that's long been a hallmark of Letellier's music. "Apollo," "Cascade" and "What It Takes" each fully embody these qualities, and it's easy to imagine "Cascade" going down nicely in Neon Chambers' live sets. The vocal stabs on "Your Touch" are reminiscent of UK garage, while the fortifying breakbeat adds to the UK flavour. The mood is also harder to read than elsewhere on the record, making this one the pick for me. "Helles" also has something of the UK about it, with a vocal stab and bassline that nod towards garage and bass music, although it doesn't stick in the memory in quite the same way.