Its unsettling nature also forms part of the addictive charm formulated via the cacophony of fizzy, riotous electronics which fuse the title track together. VELOCET has that dangerous ability to excite and energise the space in-between what you hear and how you react. Brighton-based producer Matthew Hodson’s debut is never less than devastating, defiantly anti-melodic and most definitely does not reference bloody disco (ad infinitum). It feels like something has changed after you listen to it. If I’m not making much sense then you try it. And see. Flipped by the easier experience generated by the chiming repetitions of Loop this is inescapably a highly impressive beginning.