Jesse Voltaire comes up with a second album on his native label, Archipel. This time, he comes up with an inspired amount of work that he invested into "4-D Days & 4-D Nights". A more reserved and secretive producer, Voltaire just came out of shell with new material. It seems a long moment of reflexion and analysis gave him a broad spectrum of ideas to inject into his new tracks. The absolutly minimal killer "Terre d'Hermes" shows his use of intricate twisted melodies that are perfectly evolving to capture's imagination while "Lunatix" and "The Merchant of Venus" push the same idea into a more dynamic approach. "No Thrills" is the secret bomb of the release, which could certainly remind you of Daft Punk in a way with a Micheal Jackson feel. The soul of a man that knows his groove and can totally put any hips to total swing.