Sean Dorris' S>>D project was always bound to end up on Central Processing Unit; after all, they do tend to recruit the very best of the electro game, and the producer's previous release for the likes of Icasea have established him as someone to push the genre forwards into next century. Co Intel Pro is a curious blend of different influences and ideas, all liquefied down to a shape-shifting electro structure that even Stingray would find hard to blend up for the dancefloor sets. These fifteen tracks, in truth, are a much deeper array of sounds, and it is ambient and drone sounds which make up the best part of it. If you're looking for that soundtrack aesthetic, but want a little but of movement in those pads, you'd be picking up the right release. Most importantly, you'll be copping an album with a clear vision, and a well-constructed story at its core. Industrial goodness, right here.