“Dew Dropinn II” is another piece of smooth, Claro Intelecto Electro. Rolling like magnetic mercury. “New Jack Bubble” soothes the morning after the night before with analogue balm. “Spring Step” swoons to orchestral orbits. Strings from outer space. The ten minutes plus of tribal drums and chatter on “Low Moves” recall Phil Stroud`s recent long player, if fed through an echo chamber. “Spirals” puts jazzy keys with Drum & Bass footwork. The standout however, from six tracks that work in club, crib, headphones or car, is “Roamin`”. Sexy Sci-Fi, like Larry Heard`s “Alien” with the “Lights Down Low”. Feathers floating in the aether.