Paul Rose has been pretty busy of late, overseeing numerous releases this year on Hotflush - including a showcase compilation, several artist albums and numerous EPs - as well as running his Sub:Stance night at Berghain and compiling a DJ Kicks mix. Amidst all this, he's still managed to knock out a few releases of his own, and his return to the rarely used SCB alias comes swiftly after that massive Adrenalin twelve. If Rose was in playful mood on that Hotflush twelve, he's switched back to more familiar heads down endeavours here. "Mace" is befitting of its title, all claustrophobic 4/4 filled with jittering percussive touches and menacing acid. The sweeping pads provide the requisite rhythmic undulations on this functional basement bumper. The more substantial rhythms of "Overlay" impress; the TRG esque hollow kicks and rusted stabs laying down the core thrust, whilst Rose moulds layers of growling white noise.