As concept labels go, Third Son's Polymath has quickly risen the ranks helped in no small part by the label heads razor-sharp focus and Herculean studio skills. New EP release, 'Voices' sees his wide palette well quenched with something for everyone. Opening with 'National Anthem' we are drawn into a world of precision breakbeats, wildly energetic bass and unnerving synth power. Gripped by the first wave of saw-toothed wonderment, it's few who resist his charms! On 'Tambora: A Year Without Sun' deep sonics set the tone as Third Son deftly marries the sensibilities of UK Garage with classic Nu Skool drum work. Think The Prodigy vs The Chemical Brothers. 'Boards' takes the breaks deeper, darker and more electro. Huge 808s lead the charge as the pads and nuanced FX bubble and grow throughout. Rounding out the pack is crossover Tech cut, 'Cognitive Dissonance'. Again, strong drum programming drives this track forwards as Third Son expertly adds layers of percussive tension and pads. On the remix, Clarian strips 'Cognitive Dissonance' back to basics and constructs a deeper, minimal journey.