Review: Over the years, Trentemoller's sound has subtly evolved. Where he was once famous for delivering a particularly atmospheric, hushed interpretation of minimal techno - with occasional forays into otherworldly ambient - the Danish producer is now better known for exploring the darker recesses of '80s synth-wave and minimalist pop. On Fixion, his first album for three years, he pushes the envelope further, delivering a set of tracks bristling with early New Order guitars, bouncy analogue drum machine rhythms, throbbing minimal wave synths, sly EBM nods, and woozy, ambient-influenced soundscapes. Most impressive of all, though, is the quality of songs showcased throughout. It's pop, Jim, but not as we know it.