Review: Prolific producer Sergey Barkalov rarely puts a foot wrong, despite releasing new material every few months. His latest impressive full-length excursion, Inspired, is a slowly shifting movement in four interconnected parts. He begins with a long, drawn-out sliver of spacey ambience, where fluttering electronic melodies drift in and out of a sound space thickly laden with field recordings and drone style textures. As the album progresses, the rhythmic pulse of dub techno slowly comes to the fore, before making way for more intoxicating, dubbed-out ambient voyages. It's not vastly different to the majority of his work, but that doesn't make it any less appealing. After all, few producers are capable of making electronic music that's this atmospheric.