This is Dave Mothersole's "Vital Release" from June Muzik magazine
(F Communications, France)
-For a music form that prides itself in being forward looking, techno hasn't been that revolutionary of late. You could agree there's more innovation around r&b or even UK garage right now. That's precisely why this little gem is sitting pretty at the top of this little page, because unlike almost everything else this month, 'Neurotronic' actually sounds mad,bad and wonderfully dangerous to know, with dramatic, high pitched strings clearing a path like a daisy cutter bomb, before a Moroder b-line storms in amidst an artillery barrage of urgent hats and rides. The whole thing just races along, breaking down, kicking back in and finally dropping out, job done. A truly awesome and a very welcome slab of vynal from F Comm.
(I like Mothersole's reviews cause he is informative, brutally honest (he once called Josh Wink a lazy prick when he reviewed his Freak EP!) and funny at the same time.