The New York legend returns with another five tracks of excellence on his own Abe Duque Records. Abe Duque, (real name Carlos Abraham Duque Alcivar), remains a vital presence in the techno scene, intimately linked with the development of the genre via his hometown New York. Darkside (Redone Mix) is typically deranged - switching from a long intro into a bubbling 80s influenced 303 jam before breaking down to a sparkling melodic ending. More Comfortable For You is is a driving analog techno jam with his signature sound design and intoxicating use of vocal cut ups and snippets. A disembodied sax reminds us that we are in the presence of a man that never plays it safe. Don't Stop is heads down robot rave music while Neyahh manages to incorporate some seriously classic elements - breakbeats, sub bass, bird tweets and a New Order style bass line. Futureshock closes this package of diverse and adventurous dance music with a more traditionally 90s vibe - a unhinged, ravey lead, tight percussion and unexpected breakdowns - the stuff that sets Mr Duque apart from the crowd. With Don't Stop, Neyahh and Futureshock Abe Duque presents three true legacy tracks, since those were actually created back in the eighties.