The third release on Madam X's burgeoning imprint comes from Manchester based Walton. The A-side features two fierce and stark club cuts, with "Tension" setting the tone for the murkiness inside. "Taiko" hinges on a groove that bounces and slams its way through the runtime with Mary Ann Hobbs a fan of "the dark, tribal textures". The pace is kept up with two more dense, atmospheric tracks. "Black Hole" employs a heavy set, feverish use of percussion and "Zen" acts as a more cinematic cut, almost like a weightless, demonic lullaby.