The young New York producer knows what's he's doing. With cosigns from Fred P, Anton Zap and now Finale's Michael Zucker you may have a good idea of what to expect here -- hypnotic, dubby house tracks. Jordan adds a tasteful minimalism and soundsystem focus to the equation. On the opener, "Night Mask," panned synths and unintelligible vocal samples float in and out of the mix over an insistent bass line and house beat. Eventually some crisp house percussion and dub touches puts the icing on. The title track is all atmospheric synth interplay in a contemplative, sad/hopeful mood, quite beautiful proof that Jordan's one to watch.