Italian techno doyen Donato Dozzy has long been a favourite at New York club The Bunker, and now he makes an appearance on the club's label. Staying true to the trance-led aesthetic that informs everything he does, "Quadra Sette" is a layered, dense affair, ebbing and flowing over limber break beats. "Quadra Nove" meanwhile is harder and more direct. Designed for the peak-time, it sees the affable artist lay down gnawing tonal bleeps, haunted synth lines and relentless percussive ticks. The end result is reminiscent of Mike Parker getting down with Richie Hawtin's FUSE project and makes for captivating listening.