In just a few years, Chris Sylvester has gained a reputation for his productions of nearly unparalleled hypnotic quality. Aside from his output on the Contexterrior label, Sylvester uses the alias B-Pole (Leftroom, Four:Twenty) and is half the duo Sound Alliance (Renaissance). But Inxec is the name behind his most spellbinding affairs – after hearing his new EP, you'll understand why his music is classified as a narcotic and banned in certain countries. Aside from his remixes for Adultnapper, Akiko Kiyama, and Michal Ho, this is the first Inxec release since last year's Flip Beat EP, and not a tick too soon. With the smooth and bouncy "You Were Always", the atonal spacejazz of "Pesto Pasta", and the alkaline-infused "Evulva", Inxec offers three distinct variations of his trademark weirdness in 21 minutes. Sufferers of tinnitus are advised to stay away.