Inconnu's approach to making their latest album is an intriguing one. These largely instrumental tracks began with improvised live takes, which were then subsequently embellished by a range of other instruments and finally taken into the studio. This layering technique means, in effect, that the listener is getting two tracks in one. The ideas take a while to sink their teeth in but reach their peak in the middle of the record. 'Which Way Now?' winds away on its own melancholic journey; its bassline and atmosphere not unlike New Order's 'Elegia', there are also nods to mid-80s period Cocteau Twins for 'Into You'. Warranting further mention, 'And The Dust Is Gone' swirls in hypnotic circles whilst 'Return This To Me When You Leave' is bright and colourful. Because there's so much going on within each track, the interest never really wanes.