Following the release of her brilliant - if a little too intense - debut album, Let Go, on Black Opal, Sheela Rahman pops up on eccentric Dutch imprint Pinkman with more house/techno hybrids and vintage synthesizer love. While the surging, hypnotic, raw and unflinching flipside "Phasers of Eden" - hissing analogue techno in the truest sense - will arguably ruffle most feathers, it's the softly-lit dreaminess of sparkling A-side "World of Illusion" that most impresses. Blessed with her usual top notch synthesizer work, bubbling electronics and exotic melodies, it sounds a little like Legowelt on one of his happier days. That, of course, is no bad thing.
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