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Violet's Naive imprint here has Lisbon’s Shcuro marking the label’s 13th release. Off-kilter rhythms and warping basslines on ‘Far Out’ are reminiscent of the UK’s golden dubstep era, while the transition into fast-paced, dubbed-out techno on ‘Temptation’ feels effortless. The rolling breaks and swirling bleepy melodies on ‘Bassforce’ hark back to the darker side of classic ‘90s rave records, and ‘Drowned’ featuring Maria Amor is a beautiful downtempo surprise to round off the EP, ideal for sunsets or sunrises to come.