Hot on the heels of Acronym's fourth full-length, the superb Malm, comes this follow-up single. It sees the ambient explorer and experimental electronica exponent move further towards dancefloor territory, delivering a quartet of hypnotic and far-out cuts inspired by distant moons and asteroid fields. Our pick is probably the mind-altering "Hydraulic Fracturing", a combination of locked-in minimalist techno beats, tumbling electronic pulses and trippy noises that's as sci-fi sounding as they come. Others may be drawn towards the ragged, no-holds barred intensity of closer "Geoengineering" and similarly thrusting title track, or even the foreboding bass and drifting ambient electronics of fine opener "Profit at the Expense of Earth". In other words, it's all rather good.