The 21st release on microCastle sees the return of legendary electronic music act Spooky to the label for their mammoth 'Polymorph' single. There are very few groups who can claim to be true pioneers; Spooky, however, are. Be it their auspicious debut album 'Gargantuan' on William Orbit's Guerilla, touring with Aphex Twin, remixing Sven Vath or producing the 'Involver' projects alongside Sasha , Duncan Forbes and Charlie May have been at the forefront of electronic music their entire careers. Their remix of Monaque's 'Resolutions' from July of 2010 was one of microCastle's most successful releases to date. It saw heavy play from John Digweed and Hernan Cattaneo while enjoying an almost 6 week run in the Beatport charts.Charlie and Duncan's futuristic sound design is on top form here yet again with 'Polymorph' which is perhaps Spooky's most colossal creation to date. A well textured bassline with a grainy pulse sits at the track's foundation. Angelically styled synths and an electric flow of driving energy build tension throughout as we approach the heart of the composition. The harmonic refrains and shimmering synths create a hazy wall of melodic sound that once again pushes today's sonic boundaries to the max. As the tension continues to build and the gargantuan sweeps intensify they eventually reveal a celestial finale that is emotionally moving and profoundly diatonic. The Irish duo Psycatron famed for their productions on legendary techno imprints Planet E, Cocoon, Tresor, R&S and Tronic make their debut on microCastle and provide the first remix of 'Polymorph'. Psycatron have truly outdone themselves and overhauled the original in a genuinely inspiring fashion. Their 'Polymorph' interpretation is certainly one of the most sonically charged, melodic techno records of the year. The Irish duo's razor sharp lines, clever drops, keen dance floor sensibility and distinctively modern sound shine through wonderfully for what results in a twelve and a half minute epic for the ages. Petar Dundov makes intelligent electronic music that breaks boundaries, moves feet and twists minds. He is without a doubt one of the most inspiring, original and daring producers in electronica, and with the likes of Sven Vath, Laurent Garnier, Hernan Cattaeno and Guy J singing his praises it would be hard to disagree. Petar follows his outstanding remix of Patrice Baumel's 'Vapour' for Trouw and provides the second and final interpretation of 'Polymorph'. Petar's subterranean groove is unmistakable and as profound as ever here, it's both unbelievably contagious and bursting with bubbly lava like textures. As the piece builds the uniquely interwoven lead melodies tease the senses mightily and the additional bass stabs enhance the groove even further. A dark drop with some sinister sound design sets the stage for a spine tingling, dulcet finale that is completely exhilarating.