"Unknown Place" is a driving, spaced-out adventure of a track. Simplicity is the key notion here: Caustic, metallic percussion nestle politely with hypnotic atmospheric washes that, accompanied by the dubbed bass, warm things up nicely. Continuing where the title track leaves off, "Magnetic" is a deep and heady scorcher. The slowly growing acid line that reveals itself over the course of ten minutes is married to an equally as slow-building and evolving synth. A track meant for the patient listener and DJ, it shows an astounding amount of depth for such a relatively new producer.
Finishing things off, "Dial" drops the BPM's and heads to the mid-'90s with a squared bassline and teasing 303 beeps. Always building but never reaching a head, most will argue it does "too little, too late," but fans of the sound will feel this--like the rest of the EP--is a brilliant start to a reinterpretation of techno's past that many are patiently awaiting.