Terence Fixmer's "The Night" EP rises above most summer techno designed for loss of faculties and dehydration. It's creepy and compelling. He craftily walks the line between dirge and dance.
"Night" owns the body from beat one, causing immediate visceral reaction.
Marc Houle's twisted take marches on,
then defects way into pitch bending territory.
The Frenchman's "Kiss Of Death" relies on homing beacon tones to keep reeling you back to obsession.
After intensity, "Deeper In The Night" is the open-ended conclusion unloosed to mystery.