Up first is the perfectly driving R-13, with a concrete bass-end down low and celestial synth patterns up top. The train-track percussion locks in the momentum, while the beautiful waves of sine wave bleeps keep your heart and head closely connected.
Flipping the vibe completely is Eminent Domain, a surging old-school indebted ride, with its hypnotic mutating synths, overdriven percussion and icy hats. It’s a majestic track followed-up by Planitia, a more twisted modernist techno cut with turbulent synths wrought with tension and steel plated drums hitting hard. Glassy harnonic layers add colour resulting in an utterly absorbing trip.
BNJMN flips R-13 into an eerie, loopy dub with slithering synths and distant bell drones fluttering in and out of the mix. The layered drums add real dynamism to this floating yet intense interpretation that closes out an EP of inventive modern techno.