The recent release on Electrix and now this split EP complete Carl Finlow's return in style. Moreover, 'Bleem' shows that he understands the importance of pushing classically-rooted electro onto the dancefloor and towards a mass audience. The track is powered by a prowling bass, a stepping rhythm and hypnotic tonal sequences, like old Reese meeting with vintage Anthony Rother. Meanwhile, 'Chemical Bonds' is redolent of the Silicon Scally material, led by firing metallic rhythms and rave riffs. Dez Williams explores an acid-heavy sound on 'Interference Pattern', while it's back to militaristic purism on the buckled rhythms of 'Dayzov V1.1'.