Anyone, of course, has the potential to do his or her own thing, but it's the way he does it that's important; there's a deceptive amount of control if you look closely enough. Based around raw machine drums, he's so off the beat it makes you wince in sympathy for the circuits. Crucially, though, the seams never quite split. "CLK Recovery" takes a while to come in, idling its time around a 2-step slanted straight beat, with twitters and shrieks punctuating things wildly. It's fiercely heavy, raw techno shot through with insane melodies.
The drums boom, and reverb is liberally applied, with a sense of open space throughout. "Unglued" applies this to familiar dubstep/future garage effect, although the magnitude of it and the feel are more remarkable. Like "CLK," it's both challenging and slamming: a wicked combination.