Review: The curiously named Dog In The Night Records makes quite a splash with this impressive first EP, with IFM member Fran Mela stepping out under the new Robert Crash alias. The five tracks that make up this record come from the straight to tape school of analogue production, revelling in their lopsided rhythms and muddy textures. The A-side offers an alternative journey through famous London nightspots; "Candem Town" combines inebriated synth lines with a strung out vocal to an effect similar to that seen on Ron Morelli's recent Hospital excursions, while "Brike Lane" offers a sinister combination of deep chords and lurching bass among its scratchy percussion. The high pitched, rubbery techno of "Vertigo" and "Toys Slip" recall the wiry productions of Greg Beato while "Let Disco" staggers around like a drunken Funkineven jam. An impressive debut from a producer to watch.