|1.||"Soaring & Crashing"|
|2.||"Bee My Victim"|
Having previously released on Dirt Crew and Klein, Irish producer Timothy Blake could be considered a rising star. Here, he pops up on Lectric Sands' It's A Lectric World offshoot with a pleasingly vibrant four-tracker. There's a kind of recorded-to-tape, '80s synth wig-out feel about opener "R&B Restitition", while "Showtime" seemingly cuts up a load of old P-Funk and 8-bit games soundtracks, resulting in a no holds barred chunk of cheery synth-house. He continues the house theme on the near techno throb of "Soaring & Crashing" (which, incidentally, still contains dayglo synths), before closing proceedings with the wonky, piano-laden dancefloor madness of "Bee My Victim".
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