Boomkat Product Review:
**Gatefold jacket with a free download of the album** Werk Discs' new MVP, Moiré, patterns a unique fusion of leftfield House and Techno with debut album, 'Shelter'. Rooted in wayward modern funk, and brimming with emotive chicanery, 'Shelter' is a thoroughly considered, robust LP statement that stands out from the current crowd. Sounding out somewhere between Carl Craig's erogenous house and the psychedelic zones of Actress, it occupies an unstable, shifty mid-ground, in flux between tiered layers of classic analogue synths, tape machines and drum computers (check his feature on Fact magazine for a run-down of the synths he used). Across eight tracks it rarely feels formulaic or prosaic, instead it veers off at right angles into new rhythms, but never feels scatty or mad for the sake of it. From the seductively moody beatdown of 'Attitude' thru the loping future boogie of 'Elite / Hands On' and the multi-dimensional techno-house squeeze, 'No Gravity', we're in engrossingly detailed, imaginative new territory whose influence is set to reverberate thru the scene.