Blaring and unnerving, YYYY s Intention Of Mortal gets revisited with a remix package featuring Lucy, Varg, Ascion and YYYY themselves, resulting in a barrage of arpeggiated behaviour and regimented soundscapes. A force pushing forward creativity with on-point refinement, Lucy immediately veers in with his visceral power of sound. An avalanche of intricate and experimental arrangement soon meets a series of astute percussion and typical foreboding energy, retaining a certain texture-over-beat throughout. YYYY s depth of music imagination & influence is heard in this highly charged, awestricken ensemble for their rework of Intention Of Mortal . Unfolding a mixture of fear and complication, this track keeps you thinking as well as moving. An almost endless supply of plucked synth rhythm keeps the chaos taut and throughout. Ascion s remix of Stone Relief of Gods Faces credits the release with clean kicks, industrial clanks and atmospheric keys. This no-nonsense approach to production is not to be underestimated, a dream-state sequence of induced electronic abstraction. The first and most immediate observation of B2 is Vargs take on Reach For Forgiveness - a menacing, pin-sharp account of the visceral power of techno, dialling in to both tense and euphoric. The ambiguity of each track lends itself to its success, meticulous in detail and curated with passion. A release that divulges the mysterious sonic world and deviates from the expected.