This is the first official Al Haca release since last year's groundbreaking collaboration with Vienna's Stereotyp. Rather than pure dancefloor madness, the new material drops the BPM count and goes for the smoked-out headphone aesthetic. The sound is impenetrably deep, bass heavy and dubbed the EFF out. "Mind Games" features Ras T-Weed, formerly of rockers Hi-Fi and RQM, and "Day Break" features RQM alongside Pressure Drops emcee Ryder Shafique rapping about the ups and downs of relationships in a spoken word style. The song is an introverted masterpiece set to the most subliminal contorted bassline. This 7" is Al Haca showing what they do best -- defying genres in a way that make any audiophile's ear thirst for more.