Making his debut on Particle Zoo, rising star Picklejam (Hot Digits, BBC Introducing) fires off a salvo of synthwave-style Nu-Disco nuggets. Dripping in authentic 80s sounds, and with one foot in a genre often bordering on pastiche, Moonlight Impulse is assured, full of character and packs enough Disco to delight fans of either genre. Indeed, San Junipero's distinct nods to all things 1980s aptly reflect its inspiration; Charlie Brooker's brilliant Black Mirror episode of the same name. And, like the screenplay itself, each track blends fantasy, nostalgia and playful sampling with depth, drama and a little glimpse of grit under the surface to keep us all invested. On remix duty, another rising star, Stephen Richards of Tropical Disco, Hot Digits and Spa In Disco repute, dials up the funk and delivers a glorious version of Virtual Joyride. Label boss Don Dayglow channels some 96-99 era DJ Shadow into 8 minutes of evocative, polyrhythmic Deep House. Newcomer Keith Fortune takes on the same track, Moonlight Impulse, and emphasises the neon-fun-times vibes while beefing up the low end.