Review: Given how prolific Frak has been over the last 30 years, we shouldn't be surprised at founder member Jan Svennson's solo work rate. This latest outing under his regular Villa Abo pseudonym is every bit as essential as 2016's Madrid EP on Borft, a label he helped established in the mid 1980s. Happily, the techno on offer is of the bass heavy, trippy and bleep-influenced variety, with both "Bell Fragment" and the more psychedelic "Dual Twin" boasting serious sub bass and sparse electronic motifs. He drops the tempo on the industrial-fired throb of "Will Force Hermistin", where distorted electronics and metallic percussion hits catch the ear. There's also a neat bonus in the shape of a hypnotic, acid-laced late night techno rework of "Bell Fragment" by Estrato Aurrora.