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Unless you're living in some parallel universe where ruffneck glitch anthems pack Dalston dancefloors, Sciajno and Prins do not by any stretch of the immagination create the drun 'n' bass suggested by the album title, although their work allude to more populist forms. There's plenty to enjoy over the album's five tracks. Prins's homemade electronics and Sciajno's fidgety computer processing create an extraordinary assymetric momentum, arhythmic yet somehow pulsing and direct, particularly on "Cascocity", wich sounds like a radioactive boulder rolling down a hill full of Geiger counters. "Tablerock" is heightened and compressed Chain Reaction-style Techno, a complex grid of electric clicks, with distressed drones and frequencies modulations billowing and multiplying within. (Keith Moliné, The Wire, February 2004)