"Today we are going to usher a few friends into a small room dim the lights and sing our praises to NTEIBINT. Our new Lord. We can see his name written in the skies above us , yet none of us can pronounce it. Who is he ? This Greek titan who has survived the financial woes of the normal man and has evoked a constant dance match between the elbows and the knees is the very multi-faceted guise of George Bakalakos. An electronic storm brought him to us, and now we (whilst donned in white robes) carry him across a scarred and burning digital platform to fight all the future wars of musical mayhem and hold at bay the mediocrity of the phoney electro pirates. ?Everyone knows a Dave? is a small collection of songs from his personal cloud (not a the sound type, the God type) pulled into a amalgamation of awesomeness. No sonic vibration is left unfelt here - from the balearic funk of ?Morning Breeze? to the saxomatic sexual trance of ?Jackpot? and the warehouse proto-rap jam ?Never use Force? NTEIBINT weaves an elastic web of beats and harmonies that even the craftiest fly cannot evade. Pushing the boundaries into the outer reaches of the dance floor NTEIBINT has coaxed fellow God-like creatures to release some of their computer box gold onto the original tracks. ATTAR! (of Belgium waffle descent) waves his disco wand over ?Morning Breeze? whilst ?Tunnel Signs? takes the darker route down Goblin Boulevard into the early hours of trisco dance. Bang Gang bad-boy and bass?n?ball freakster Chris Colonna sticks on his Bumblebeez batting hat and smashes ?Never Use Force? out of the park into next-door?s housing commission breakdance-off. And as a lovely touch the man, the George, the Dave, our God slips in a nifty dub of ?Never Use?? keep to us all from straying into the wilderness sans hypno-hoppo shoes. Get it ? get religious, and be kind to your bible and your wallet"