Alexis Raphael lets rip on Cajmere's most venerable Relief Records, putting himself alongside the likes of Paul Johnson, Gene Farris, Gemini, Boo Williams... the alumni is distinguished. Relief's always had a yen for the peculiar, and the Londoner keeps his end up. 'House of Chorge.' is certifiably odd, with frazzled synths, a demented spoken word and a kick which will rattle your fillings. 'Sabotage', with its echoes of rave divas and the towering 'Bass Too Dark', ain't too shabby either. But this is all about Chorge, jah?