Javi Redondo releases a 5-track EP on Dischi Autunno featuring 3 originals, with the remaining tracks consisting of remixes of lead track 'Rythmo' from Pablo Bozzi (aka Lapse of Reason) and Cosmo Vitelli. The pace across the EP may be quite sedate, but the sounds within are anything but: blending analogue techno manoeuvres with a disco-inflected methodology, the producer paints a picture of prime-time energy with a heaped spoon of fun. 'Black 5th' draws heavily on this energy, static, patient acid jittering forward slowly and with intent as the sci-fi-esque samples and spooked electronics flutter in and out of audibility. 'Non Sei Qui' takes the energy out of the stars and into an EBM horror soundtrack, shattered vocal samples and 80's synth leads bringing the listener deeper into the intensifying groove. 'Rythmo' sets the bar, gritty bass sludging past a gate of motorik drums. True to its name, the rhythm develops swiftly, krautrock-edged energy gathering momentum as the percussion suite, faintly coloured with house music tropes, reaches for the stars. Pablo Bozzi, in the vein of Space Dimension Controller, adds a cinematic punch to 'Rythmo', transforming the original into an enigmatic, almost trance-like piece, while Cosmo Vitelli's 'K hole' remix pulls the other way, using a stylised view of the percussion as an ephemeral layer above treacle-thick bass and whirring, panic-stricken machinery.