The second in Boltfish's series of Tandem releases is another edifying experience and one where even the two artists featured seem to assume different identities within their own tracks. First up is Damien Shingleton, a former DJ and keen traveller. This worldly experience is put to good effect as he devotes time to piano, clipped beats and - on the rather fine '2 For Joy' - the folktronica sound employed by the likes of Four Tet. On first hearing, Lum appears to be a fellow who appreciates the more overtly melodic world of techno but by the end of the sinister 'Xec 4' it's clear that this self-proclaimed "twisted obsessive" has more evil thoughts on his mind. Two more artists, then, with their own ideas on subverting electronica.