Nic TVG is something of an anomaly within Drum & Bass. His tunes consistently surprise with irregular beat structures and his unique hand-stitched micro-arrangements. These traits are very much in evidence here. Timelapse Of A Tuesday tackles the Think break with some fresh thinking. The break stutters and skips as if time itself was disappearing. While the breaks are almost schizophrenic the bassline is regular as clockwork and helps to reign in the madness! The Clown is another track with an interesting step to it. Opening with a kick and clap rhythm combination, delicate atmospherics and jazz tinged keys, the track builds with found sounds and switches into live drums before eventually unleashing the drummer half way through. A deft combination of the rough and the smooth here. Flip the record over and you'll find two remixes by some of the most interesting artists in electronic dance music today. DgoHn is well-regarded by Aphex Twin amongst others and he shows just why with a mesmerising array of drums, words, cuts and effects on his remix of Friday Nights With Heather. A weighty sub-bass tempers the skittering percussives and the track progresses incorporating some of the brass sounds from the original track which eventually give way to a wistful synth-line. Breakbeat blues at their finest ! The name Anstam has become well known within the electronic music scene over the last few years, with 2 well received albums on Modeselektor's 50 Weapons label, a remix of Radiohead and a guest mix for Gilles Peterson's BBC radio show under his belt, releasing something on Subtle Audio was the obvious next step (!) We've been fans of this producer since we first heard the early transmissions on the Anstam label back in 2009 and this remix is everything that we hoped for, namely, breakbeat/piano/synth weirdness !