I must confess I missed vol. 1 of Stephane Laporte's hopefully multipart Fourrure Sounds but if vol. 2 is indicative of its overall aesthetic, I'll seek it out pronto. This is a collection of house and techno that, on the surface, plays by the rules, but delve deeper and something strange and psychedelic starts to emerge. The rhythms and melodies coalesce in unexpectedly weird ways; square pegs fit into round holes and swatches of harsh noise soothe when you'd expect them to grate. Regular club fare this isn't and it's a lovely, lo-fi treat.