American techno-minimalist and producer Stewart Walker eschews the black hole of minimalism and firmly wears his heart on his sleeve on Spend The Day Frozen. The first track compresses four kickdrums and six snares, heavy metal guitar samples, and adds screaming crowd noise on top of it all. The second track is mellow and dubby, with strummed guitar chords and Stewart's first recorded vocals for a techno track. The last has a fat bassline and can certainly rock a freaky dancefloor. Locate it somewhere between the Brighton-sound and Patsy Cline.