Parisian scene stalwart DJ Deep has always transcended genre, keeping one foot in deep house, and the other in futurist, Detroit-inspired techno. This ability to twist elements of both styles - and more - into thrilling new dancefloor shapes is evident on Fosph, his first EP for Tresor in five years. He begins by adding humid field recordings and booming bass to a polyrhythmic Afro-tech rhythm on 'Swamps', before unleashing a jacking techno drum jam (the sweaty and intense 'Tommy'). 'Utrecht' is a hushed, spaced-out ambient soundscape, while 'Escape' is a panicked, paranoid techno throb-job that features subtle nods (to our ears at least) to the '88 version of the KLF's 'What Time is Love'. To round things off, he returns to chunky, polyrhythmic techno via the late-night murkiness of 'Demonstration'.