Roy Of The Ravers follows up the Aphex recent live favourite Emotinium with four tracks of future acid for Acid Waxa.
Opening with the high-tech funk of Supremacy Acid, Roy Of the Ravers gives an old sound a new, hi-NRG that verges on an almost spooky in texture tone. It's Casio blips find the Analord style squelches neatly folded into a nicely rounded 45 rpm flow. Swiftly followed by Ambergris 9, Roy knocks out some seriously Mutant City Acid style gurgles, before Time 2 Jack fires out a laser beam of smiley faced threes and zeros into the sky towards a sound somewhat like a punk Universal Indicator going fully in on the DIY. For those looking for some more of that Emotinium magic, En Trance 10 delivers a fifteen minute full bolt jolt of euphoric techno, perfectly split between spun out hypnosis and peak time flash acid Rephlexion. Serious stuff!