Raw machine funk from an intergalactic mind. Hakim Murphy delivers two contrasting sides of classic analog jams, Chicago style. On the A-side, ‘Toms From Space’ and ‘Bgstyle’ both have a melodic nostalgia, the former with pads and drum accents that are almost conversational, the latter’s ringing synth lines cleaving more to the Jamal Moss school of machines-gone-wild, but still in an introspective mood. The B-side is a heavier affair, ‘StompsB’ coming at you with a barrage of snares, claps and toms that will tickle the more adventurous dancers out there. By ’TF3_2’ the machines are in pure revolt, battery draining and sounds escaping in fits and starts – avant-garde Chicago house, no questions asked.