Amongst the plethora of melodic electronica albums, Minotaur Shock's 'Chiff-Chaffs And Willow Warblers' stood out as one of the most memorable and original efforts. Those hooked on the work of David Edwards can't really go wrong by checking out 'Rinse' which combines earlier EPs, singles and unreleased tracks. Understandably the cohesion of the album is lacking but the high standards are maintained, in fact even surpassed on occasions. Tunes has always been Edwards' primary aim whether it's on the squelching keyboards of 'Stack on Rat' or 'The Downs', which points towards Four Tet's folktronica noises. A more experimental approach is taken with 'Don't Be A Slave To No Computer' which finds time for glitchy beats, echo, awkward time changes, hip hop and big beat all in the space of one great song; full marks too for the glacial trip-hop and ghostly piano of 'Albert Park Music'. Best of all are the lead-off tracks to the 'Motoring Britain' and 'Rockpoolin' EPs; both are hook-filled and as innocent and beautiful as bird songs. Proving that the album was no fluke, bad moments from a supposed "odds and sods" collection are only noticeable by their absence.