SLAM bring us the third chapter in their devestating Paragraph series, following up their dancefloor destroyer, Hot Knives that was played by the biggest Djs around and dubbed as one of Carl Craig s favourites of the last few months. The label s previous releases have already had big support from the rest of the Techno fraternity, including legends Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer, Dubfire, Anja Schneider, Len Faki and Francois Kevorkian. Paragraph number 3 delivers some deep, bass-heavy electronic funk on the A-side, with One Note Samba . Grooving from the off-set, the percussive elements of the track wind around a solid and heavy sub bass, introducing dubbed-out horns reminiscent of Slam s Freelance Science days. Hypnotic and tripped out, SLAM return to their House roots. On the AA Room 2 , dedicated to one of the world s best clubs, Fabric, where Slam hold a residency, keeps with the stripped-down, rhythmic and gritty sound of Paragraph. Whilst constantly fluctuating echoes and delays control the rhythm of the track, a swirling, yet straight to the point synth creates some frenzied and panic-inducing builds throughout, leading to a wholesome and satisfying ride cymbal. Room 2 is a killer, peak-time track that will be sure to induce some serious convulsions on dance-floor.