In "The Keyboarder," the slice-and-dice approach to sampling recalls Sound Stream's best work, with spasmodic stabs and curtailed strings punctuating an engine-like chug from the drums. At once stylish and effective, it is as robust a house record as you will hear all year. It sets a high standard, and one which "Tomorrow Night" readily lives up to. A piano-roll that is merely hinted at, searing hats and intermittent periods of blissful modulation are the select tools that issue this more conspicuously disco number with its abundant funk.
With such positive impressions confirmed, it is of relative insignificance that the third track, "Even," fails to match the pace and execution of the previous two. While not a thankless exercise, it meanders rather than builds and ultimately derives little inspiration. Nonetheless, Session Victim have delivered a release of unequivocal quality for a label that manifestly demands it.