Review: Unlike the endless stream of house and techno produces who go down the inevitable path of writing an album for the sake of it, John Swing feels exactly like the sort of artist who has a story to tell across 3 slabs of wax. Moreover, the sublime Livejam imprint, with its shady, unpredictable releasing schedule, is perfectly positioned to accommodate the more exploratory shades of dance music. It's no coincidence that John Swing has decided to dedicate single sides across most of these tracks, because that's exactly the sort of care and attention that merits this myriad of dance-leaning instrumentals. From subtle acid grooves, to broken house patters, and deep, beat-heavy tribal arrangements, this is surely the best 'house' LP that has graced our charts in a long time. Don't let it slip away, though, and be sure to embrace both an artist and a label who have preferred to do things below-radar. It's the way things should always be done.