Michal Ho returns to TuningSpork for his first release of all new material since last fall's highly acclaimed Screw the Coffeemaker album, featuring three new pumping and funky cuts, sporking the trademark twistedness to the max. For the last five years or so, Zurich-based Michal Ho has been producing and releasing with reliable pace, mostly solo, originally in Samim & Michal (Get Physical Music). But instead of advancing to the apparent next level of corporate bubblegum production, Michal is sticking to the thing he likes best: churning out stripped-down, funk-infused club tracks. "Groove to Me" is like a deranged echo of last year's single "Take Away", once again featuring the talented JonJon (AKA Jamaican-born, London-based Andrew Thompson). This time around, though, JonJon's soulful vocals are chopped up and subverted into oblivion, rather than used as a pop element. "Bootyjazz" is underscored by a slinky descending bassline and interjections of sax synth, while "Jack it Out" has a more percussive swagger.