Second of two new bass-infected dub EP's with a hint of techno by the Japanese Mystica Tribe. Titletrack ''Stars Are Mine'' and ''His Temple'' immediately set off to deep dub and bass territories in these two typical Mystica Tribe excursions: grooving, but dark with lots of effects and tribal influences. ''Prayer'' evolves around a catchy melodica that won't leave your head for days or maybe even weeks and ''Zen Stone'' tops it off perfectly with this gloomy scifi dubtrip.
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Antenna returns to Pinkman with an EP of rough-edged analogue house which would be relatively unremarkable were it not for the gorgeous quicksilver melodies which adorn each track's chunky drums. My personal favourite is "When I Read My Book" which features a monotone female vocal sample amidst its jittery synth twinkles, but all three tracks have enough plus points to make the EP worth purchasing. Fun but not flashy. Nic Brown