Highly anticipated by both fans and music critics, Fossil Archive 003 is a blanket of techno adulation, full of sky-high feeling through its warm and expansive energy. ‘Perisphinctes’ which received a radio exclusive on B.Traits’ BBC Radio 1 show in August, marks itself as part of the vanguard of modern techno. Purposely incompatible with the masses, it clearly lends itself to the underground, pushing its charisma in the direction of the label’s earthy vociferation. With its driving montage, its monolithic kick and general depth, it holds its own in any given setting. Evoking a weighty hospitality of sound, ‘Tiziani’ supplements bleak with feel-good synth exertion. Straying from the conventional framework of techno, this is a stripped back, atonal portrait of effectual techno culture. Without confusion, this unblemished and wholesome howl of voice brings with it a rich, affable buzz, perfectly suiting both the big room and more intimate homely surroundings. For Roberto, this far-reaching release imposes on none and invites all to clinch its hauntological embrace, and with previous releases gathering support from the who’s who of Techno, it’s sure to do just that.