- Panic on the dance floor rarely sounds this good.
- Inigo Kennedy has a special feeling for track titles. One 2013 release had "Cathedral," a cascading techno weapon that seemed to mirror the feeling you get while gazing upwards at some sandstone church's towering stained-glass window. His new collaboration with Samuli Kemppi, another veteran producer specialising in tasteful techno, has "Kernel Panic." Now, panic isn't a feeling you'd want to associate with clubbing—it usually surfaces when you realise something important is missing from your pocket—but there's something satisfying about this track's nervous sub-bass and fizzing synths. Lean and functional, this, and the EP's other three tracks, is music for when it's time to put your head down and dance.
A2 Kernel Panic
B1 Buffer Overflow