There was a time, years ago, when electronic music was not as readily available as it is today. If one wished to hear quality techno or house they had to look below the surface at the underground. A lot of the legendary parties in Detroit's past were underground, both literally and figuratively. Back then a legendary night consisted of a damp, dark square room packed with anonymous faces and music that moved through the crowd in pulsating waves, leaving it an exhausted, sweaty mess when the morning sun came up. For his third release in Motech Records digital series, DJ Compufunk has harnessed the raw energy of those legendary nights in Detroit, and around the world for that matter. "Black Shadow" reaches back to pull us into the future. It wraps its robotic melody around your head and whisks us back to the days of the Packard plant and illegal gatherings at Michigan Central Station. Nights like these took place all over the world, you just have to ask those who know. If "Black Shadow" is for the partygoer, "Ninja Clone" is for the DJ. "Ninja Clone" takes the raw, unabashed flow of "Black Shadow" and streamlines it into a mechanical symphony of funky drum patterns and hybrid synth breaks that could call any crate home. Continuing his barrage of quality releases, both digital and otherwise, DJ Compufunk truly is one of Motech Records' up and coming powerhouse producers. Progress is never measured in months and years. Real progress is measured by minutes and seconds. It is this mantra that allows Motech Records to continue its forward vision of releasing the music of the future from around the world. We Speak Your Language.