Rocko Garoni knows what a techno dance floor wants. He's learned it through countless hours spent on the floor himself as a punter, and through DJing at some of the best clubs and festivals in his hometown Berlin and all over the world. He knows exactly the type of productions that thrill crowds, and he brings this wealth of knowledge and experience to his third EP for Second State, Ammoniak. The title and first track 'Ammoniak' drags you straight into the zone; a pounding, take no prisoners cut laced with stormy synths creating a vague sense of paranoia. 'Gece' cranks the energy up with trancey, bouncing synths and a cool, clipped female vocal. Instantly, you're pulled into the very sort of club that Garoni knows so well. 'No Border' is the kind of expansive track that seems destined for huge warehouses or vast festival dancefloors. There's an insistent, brooding bassline, robotic repeated vocals and a mid-track shift in tone that will send the crowd to a heightened state of reverie. The blend of post-punk vocals and eerie beats on 'It's All Yours', a track featuring Cook Strummer on the vocals, is at once highly unusual and completely compelling. It's the track to play when the crowd are losing themselves in the best possible way. Closing the EP is 'Helio', another completely different track that showcases the extent of Garoni's range. Faint, echoed chanting lends the track an almost holy atmosphere. Combined with tunnelling synths and spindly percussion FX, the effect is euphoric, acting as a delicious palate cleanser between heavier tracks. Put simply, Ammoniak is another first-class EP from a dynamic act who's fast becoming a Second State star.