Sheldon Thompson AKA Sid Le Rock has been at the forefront of quality electronic music for almost a decade now. Originally hailing from the Northern extremes of Ontario, Canada, his search for meaning led him to discover techno in it's spiritual home, Detroit, before moving to musical hotbed Toronto and finally settling in the Berlin where he now resides.Thompson's music to date has been released through some of the best labels around including Shitkatapult, Mute, Ladomat 2000 and of course My Favorite Robot Records for whom he debuted early in 2012. Now Sheldon looks forward to his fourth Sid Le Rock album due on MFRR in April of this year and as part of the build up sees here the release of lead single 'Foreign Love' The single kicks off with the original version, an intense, pulsing slice of electro/techno that brings together a great running arp line with atmospheric pads, spacious percussion and sweeping FX to provide the perfect soundbed for Thompson's evocative vocals, quality stuff. The first of the two remixes comes from Smaul Recordings boss Acid Pauli who turns in a spacious and ethereal mix that journeys into the realms of laidback electronica with it's understated synth loops and measured pace, a truly beautiful version that is a credit to the remixer. Finally US producer Brett Johnson steps up to deliver a superb bass driven, underground house reworking that fuses the original parts into a version that draws on the sounds of early Chicago whilst keeping its feet firmly planted in 2013.