Glenn Crocker seems to have rediscovered the simple, mind-altering pleasures of Roland's iconic TB-303 bass synthesizer. On another 12" out this week, 808 Sessions, the veteran Chicagoan wrapped wiggly acid lines around electro-influenced drums and his usual rich deep house musicality. Here, he's gone one step further, delivering a pair of twisted, intoxicating acid jams that look to Phuture for inspiration. A-side "Spank N Gallop" sets the tone, with Crocker supplementing a killer acid line with notably jazzy cymbal hits, drum machine tom-toms and occasional spacey chords. The deep space vibe is explored in greater detail on flipside "Peaceful Rage (Acid Revenge)", where intergalactic chords and bubbly electronics get equal billing with a psychedelic TB-303 riff.