Review: Hypercolour's Glass Table offshoot hits the spot once again, as Studio Barnhus' perma inked Axel Boman continues a fine run of production form with the Lucky Tiger EP. Anyone who's been clever enough to indulge in a recent Boman production will delight in what's on offer here, not least opening track "Esteban Peligro". There's plenty of little production nuances that shine through when checking via headphones, but the scuttling groove and gently dubby rhythms provide enough energy and pulse over a large system too! Alongside it, Boman indulges in some sweeping acid house fun on "Naomi" which has a nice undulating feel to it, never exploding into the sort of overt 303 workouts that are all too easy to succumb to. Appleblim and Al Tourettes bring some Bristol atmosphere to the release, transforming "Esteban Peligro" into a scratchy sounding mutation of techno and dubstep which aligns nicely into a gloopy flex after surfing the expansive, sonic ether of its opening minutes. Arriving with the trademark risque cover art and gaudy picture disc, this is a classy twelve alright.