Note: Features Exclusive Digital Only Content. Following up the Intrusion & Paul St. Hilaire project comes a new release from the intrusion imprint which offers a killer selection of steppa's riddims and tropical grooves. Intrusion's "Velocity In A Minor" is all about being playful with a sequence, splicing a riddim and shuffling your feet. Next up we have the mysterious Lo-Fi Soundsystem who make their first 12" appearance on Intrusion (Previously recording under a variety of names strictly on 45) their powerful "De Lions Den" has been given a second lease on life from its scarce 45 release, (which was only available at a few small record shops in Jamacia) this island groove is filled with the dankiest skanks, a melodica on acid and a bassline deeper than the ocean. This mystical classic is given a rework in a 4/4 groove and behind the controls is Intrusion front man Stephen Hitchell who leaves us with a tasty embellishment in fat iddims and icey cold electronics. The B side opens with Mildiou's "De Natura Rerum" which crosses into territory comparible to Intrusion's "Tswana Dub" or the atmospheric dub side of Rhythm & Sound, a powerful mind melter. The closing "Oceanview" paints a picture of just that, leaving you to wander off into the ocean breeze while sinking into its smoky green vapour haze.