We've become used to seeing Vril's releases variously slip out on Giegling and Delsin, two titans of the underground electronic music scene. Here he flips the script, decamping to the first-rising Dystopian label for four-track, floor-focused excursion. Opener "Omniverse" is deliciously skewed and trippy, layering crackling audio textures and slipped warehouse rave stabs over a delightfully wonky, off-kilter techno rhythm. You'll find a tougher and more distorted rework of the same track on the flip. This feels heavier and more intense, despite the presence of hazy, dub techno style production values. Elsewhere, closer "Tzonqul" is outer-space dub techno with the heart of a Pete Namlook spacey ambient special, while "Paradiqma" is another trippy, left-of-centre techno workout built around broken rhythms and deep space electronics.