Three years after its' last outing, Les Edits Du Golem is back. This time round, they've turned to regular contributor Alexis Le-Tan, who offers up three slices of cosmic, off-kilter dancefloor lunacy under his occasional Alexis Le-Fan pseudonym. As the Full Moon Edits title suggests, these are howlin' cuts turned into left-of-centre dancefloor gold. He starts with the dense, World music-inspired disco oddness of "Standing On The Edge", which peppers an African-influenced drum groove with fuzzy guitars, Blondie-ish vocals and wild synthesizers. There's a more Balearic feel to the synthesized marimbas, baked chords and mid-'80s drum machine percussion of "Up & Down" (a version of an old Blancmange tune, we think), while stand-out "Love To Hate" is a trippy, exotic and hypnotic chunk of new wave-turned-proto house.