Butter Sessions isn't messing around. The imprint's latest 12" goes straight for the jugular, in the process serving up two mind-altering chunks of club-ready techno tackle. Label boss Sleep D handles the A-side himself, serving up a gargantuan chunk of peak-time sleaze rich in druggy synthesizer arpeggio bass, relentless machine drums and creepy, horror-inspired electronics. On the flipside, fellow Melbourne producer Katie Campbell makes her label bow under her now familiar Roza Terenzi guise. Campbell's "Paranoia On Tap" is percussively twisted in the best possible way (think analogue techno meets IDM meets UK steppas), with tropical textures and outer-space electronics clustering around a restless analogue bassline.