His latest offering is the first release on Modeselektor's new label Monkeytown. The German duo's blend of atmospheric dubstep/electro arguably calls for its own sub genre, and it will be fascinating to see what else they release on the label—there's already the promise of another Siriusmo EP and a full length album to follow. The Uninvited Guest opens with "The Door," a warped, twisted take on the Big Bad Wolf which will lift the roof off any club it is played in. Meanwhile the EP's title track is a piece of broken beat electronica not dissimilar to the work of Jackson & His Computer Band. The third and final track on the A-side is "High Together," which is almost absurdly sweet and upbeat in comparison to its predecessors.
The B-side is a far more experimental affair. "Nights Off" uses old school synths to create a sound that is more French Touch than Berlin basement, while "Let Me In" is a warped, dubbed version of "The Door" that is somehow even darker and more disturbed than the original. This leads to the final track "Von Kopf bis Fuss" (translation: "From Head to Toe"), a two-minute sample of a '30s era movie that has been put through the Siriusmo shredder and come out the other side battered, warped and twisted.