Acheron's "Shalt" EP was one of the most experimental attacks on the tropes of club music it was possible to envisage so when this remix EP, which promised, with the assistance of deranged beat-mongers like M.E.S.H. and Ziur to take its militant waywardness yet further out, I couldn't wait to get my hands on it. An attempt to describe each, or indeed, any individual track on this EP would be as futile as trying to build a life-size model of Buckingham Palace out of melted butter (for instance, M.E.S.H.'s assault on the title track sounds like all the equipment in a metal foundry coming to life and attacking the city it was built near) but suffice to say this is a racket that the word 'music' barely describes. Get used to it: producers of this brand of indescribable noise are increasing in numbers. Whether that terrifies or edifies you is immaterial but I'm so sick of manufactured shite that would be better played as background music in a clothes shop, the more of these lunatics the merrier.
Favorite track: Acheron (M.E.S.H. Remix).