Rytmiczne przebieżki. Futurystyczny, perkusyjny, samplujący egipski mahraganat i syryjskie dabke 2-step na labelu Peverelista. Uwaga na wyśmienity gitarkowy motyw na B2.
DJ Plead (real name Jared Beeler) has won plenty of praise for his EPs to date, and especially his recent hook-up with Anunaku on AD 93 (the imprint formerly known as Whities). It's likely that critics will purr about this Livity Sound debut, too, because it's really rather good. Over the course of four tracks, the Melbourne man confidently strides between ultra-percussive, polyrhythmic techno brilliance (the Joe Clausell-meets-Kowton flex of 'Going For It'), bustling broken techno weightiness ('Rough Text'), bass-heavy business built around Stomp-style pots-and-pans percussion (the seductively sweaty and energetic 'Espresso'), and synth and guitar-fired, loose-limbed bounciness (the impossible to pigeonhole 'Ess').