Following the release of his critically acclaimed album, Crossed Paths, Shifted's next release on Mote-Evolver is the incendiary Razors EP.The EP opens with title track 'Razors' a six minute odyssey. Sounds are layered one on top of another and create a strictly cyclical structure. Shaking, rattling sounds helicopter overhead, syncopated noise unfurls in the mid-ground and underneath hypnotic beats are laid down relentlessly. It's a dizzying combination.Following on from this disorientation 'Over' ratchets up the BPM and rules it with an iron fist. This is merciless techno that's full of intelligent details. Out of nowhere jangling blips and bleeps collide with feral bass. Shifted is no stranger to creating dance floor optimised cuts and 'Over' is the sound of a producer with a very finely honed craft.The flip side begins with 'Bloodless' a title that suggests cold hearted, zestless deeds and a track that is ironically anything but bloodless. Rendered in twisted beats and synthesised noise there's a cautionary tale to be heard, a warning about shiny surfaces that conceal deadening agendas.The EP closes with the unsettlingly 'Trouble'. It's just as likely to have you listening reclined, with your eyes closed, as it is to leave you slightly paranoid looking over your shoulder. The palette is stripped back giving rise to psychologically charged atmospherica. 'Trouble' leaves you with far more questions than it answers.Across the 'Razors EP' Shifted displays the range and diversity of his productions withrefined electronic experiments next to broken beats and strange atmospherica asidelethal dance cuts.