Pure, shuffling deepness here from Eddie Ness and Liem on the increasingly essential Lehult. 'Holy Grail' plays its hand early, a single chord, a dirty high-hat, accumulating percussion and gathering weirdness as it rattles through six sizzling minutes, opening up with some treated rave pianos. 'JRP' tribals things up a bit, underpinning distorted static. 'Kevintin Melbourne Shuffle' (us neither) is all skippy beats, atmospheric wind, no bassline and mallets on wood. It's just brilliant.