Review: It only takes a few seconds of hearing "La Caccia" to know that there's something really special to Entro Senestre's production: a deep house tune that sparkles and makes your brain giddy with excitement. "The Last B-Boy" combines old-school drums with some gorgeous languid synths, while "Glazed" is unique and twisted enough to warrant a genre of its own - horror tech anyone?
Review: Moon Temple is Gabriel Andruzzi, who some of you may know as the former bass player/saxophonist and engineer from New York City (via San Diego) outfit The Rapture. This nine track album is Andruzzi's first release under this alias and comes in two volumes. According to Willie Burns WT Records, the album is a collection of "delicate interludes, acid stompers and weirdo spastic mechanical marches." Starting out with the chilling dark ambient intro "Approaching The Inner Temple", he then gets stuck into the deep acid techno jam "Sea Of Crisis" (which brings to mind the sounds of Tin Man) while "Bay Of Rainbows" goes for the jugular on this adrenalised 303 thriller.