Manchester producer Anz's self-titled debut comes at the crest of two years' scenewide hype around her breathless brand of UK club music. Also the maiden release from local club night-cum-label Chow Down, the record is as much informed by Anz's time as the night's most in-demand resident DJ as by her instincts in the studio.These are tracks shaped by a good few encounters with Manchester's roiling 2am crowds. This isn't to suggest a uniform sound - Anz's ear for interplay brings her many influences together in sprawling constellations of style. Jolting to life on the bassline and funky referencing steel percussion romp 'Panrico', the record then slows to a half-time 808 lurch on 'Clanger'. 'Loa' flexes dense polyrhythms and coarse sublow bass before 'Fencin' brings it home in a final flourish of crystalline synthwork.