Review: Following up 2016's dynamic Plum LP on his Brunette Editions imprint, New York City based producer John Roberts returns with a release that he best described himself as 'a series of songs written and destroyed. Self-cannibalized productions spit back out in abnormal silhouettes.' Indeed, it's quite the departure from the dusty and evocative deep house he produced on Hamburg imprint Dial a while back - in particular his well received debut Glass Eights in 2010. "Spill" is an unholy mixture of neo-classical, experimental lo-fi techno and guitar drones - that isn't altogether unpleasant. On the flip, be captivated by the bittersweet ambient house of "Wrecked" and the ethereal peace "Fluid" composed of powerful blasts of distortion and sombre trumpets.