Excellent new lp from Thomas Brinkmann who's production style we are big fans of here. His sonics always seem to be ridgid and hard, but with a strange way of immitating other warmer sounds which give his tracks a feeling all of their own. The album then sounds superficially minimal and sparse but the timbre of the sounds gives them some weight. Some very good things on here - the Tusia Beridze voiced 'The More You Ignore Me' (Yes it's a Morrisey Cover) is arch and strange, like being seduced by something dangerous. The reshape of Django Reinardt's Charleston is even stranger, the 4/4 reshape makes the whole track sound angular noisy and extreme.