Another triad of lush techno cuts from Oliver Dodd with forceful yet restrained percussion and seductive atmospherics which sometimes intimate portentous undercurrents. All three tracks are graceful and beguiling and intermittently menacing, an alluring dance between luster and danger. Artemis is more earthy and predatory, with a bounding bassline, eery horn sweeps, and edgy reverbed snares. Demeter is more spacious and etheric, binary drums encapsulating and nourishing a developing cyclic acid line. Hecate is earth, wind and fire intersected, glass-like tappings and sharp scratches, breezy gusts of reverb and the distant screams of white noise, ominous electric pads approaching and retreating, and sizzling static crawling throughout.