When French "enfant terrible" Joan-Mael Peneau AKA Malestrom first pitched up on Central Processing Unit earlier in the year, more than a few eyebrows were raised. Many were expecting noisy, all-action techno similar to his earlier work, but instead he delivered high-grade futurist electro. Like that EP and his subsequent releases since, this outing on Private Persons is similarly minded. Opener "Red Stamp" offers a brilliant balance between distorted, gut punching beat-box drums and intergalactic melodies, while the even fuzzier "Blue Stamp" comes on like the soundtrack to a CGI battle in a big-budget Hollywood sci-fi flick. Turn to the flip for the panicked, mind-altering intensity of EP standout "On The Run", as well as the acid-fired electro trip "Temporary Document" and the anthem-like peak-time bustle of "Dialogue".