Shed returns under his now-infamous Head High alias. Rene seems less bent on destroying the dancefloor this time out, retaining the huge kick but focusing instead on drum swing and reverbed pianos. Corroded percussion and dub atmospherics nuance the King Street/MK-channeling rollers. Expect this one to fly of the shelves as quickly as the vaunted "Rave" release.
Terrestrial, burbling EP from Joey Anderson on his own Inimeg records. The NJ/NYC producer starts deep with "Musical Tentacles", which works with a insistent bass line to create an subtle peak time monster. "Storm Valley" is more ethereal - Anderson's take on the restrained dub-house sound. "Rise Senth" could have been released on Editions Mego or Spectrum Spools and has Anderson is otherworldy cipher mode in a way similar to fellow NYC house mystic Madteo.