What’s not to love? If you could kill for a bassline then this is it. Undoubtedly we’ve landed at party central and you get the clear impression that the producers (including Cesar Merveille and Isis) enjoyed creating Robots of Dawn as much as we do listening. It continues for nine plus minutes and every second of its funky, fuelled crisp electronic Dance Music is worth it. Tempelhof then flips the coin with sizzling (and I do mean hot) Acid sequences that scorch the stereo with perfect precession. Lasting over thirteen minutes of eccentric ecstasy the rhythms shine and shimmy to complete this excellent release of sound from Mathew Jonson & Ryan Crosson.