Just when we thought that Samuel Kerridge had released his final EP for Regis' mythical Downwards imprint, here he is once again with a fresh batch of hyper-real techno infusions for the post-post-modern ear. The I Is Nothing comes as a breath of fresh air in a moment where regular 4/4 techno has reached considerable sterility and, instead, Kerridge's sonic constructions are constantly surprising in different ways. "Silent Notes" blasts out sporadic kicks alongside angelic background drones in a ying/yang sort of scenario, while "Fascination Sustain" opts for a more reductive, more dubwise concoction of industrial flavours in what is a stunning piece of lo-fi craftsmanship. On the flip, Aaron Turner's evocative vocals give the already chilling ambience of "Propagates Of Desire" yet more tenebrous charm, and "Actuality Repeats" meanders its rolling bass and drums over a sleek and shape-shifting collection of industrial mechanics. Sick.