Alexandros DjKevingr loves to do weird stuff while he plays and mix several sounds together. He is into tech/funky & deep house generally and cant say "no" to a very nice production even though he is not into the genre of that particular style. Unsurprisingly, "Terrorism In London" is a demanding journey through the dark side of DjKevingr's computer wizardry. It begins with the title track-a stormy session with an eerie vocal line-but the unnerving vibe in with the countless beats, percussion and vocals which emerge underneath a hypnotic set of high-frequency whistles. Like Silence, most of "300 Yogurts" weigh in at less than four minutes-continuing a shift away from the lengthy soundscapes. "Skg" employs cut even deeper, as evidenced in the deliciously crisp growls and vocal cascades whose sub-bass grinds away like a maniacal floor buffer. "RetroBody" stranger to ambient-oriented excursions at its most haunting when the beat drops away completely the former leads off with a dubwise bass riff that slowly disappears under a chorus of anxious, otherworldly moans.