Its been a while since we've heard anything from this fella after a string of sonically crisp golden boy like hits made it into many techno and tech DJ's record boxes the world over. Expectation could only have made it just that little bit harder to keep on top of the a glowing sci-tec reputation that preceded the dubfire name as the run kind of ebbed off out into a need to score. But after what seems like ages against the rapid turnover of cutting edge dance floor electronica it looks like he's back with a starkly sonically hard acoustically sounding  tech trip. At first I wasn't too sure about the unusual build up as you're met by an arrested fire bell like ring (probably some sort of barred percussion) and seemingly indiscriminate twangs not too dissimilar to the sound of an elastic band being  plucked over a margarine tub. But as the momentum gathers you're kind of eased into some kind of mode that it sets to strangely draw you into its construct as the additional layers of evolving beats, glitchy sounds and hats are gradually added. Definitely a slight departure from his previous works but I can't help but wonder if he was just being weird for the sake of being weird. Whatever the case the break definitely did some good for keeping the dubfire sound digitally desirable.