The debut EP from Uruguayan-Berliner Omar Chibaro, Thanks One Thousand on Time Passages, raised a few eyebrows earlier in the year. This was primarily due to its hard-to-pigeonhole sound, which seemingly utilized stylistic elements from classic techno, IDM, minimal and breakbeat hardcore. This speedy follow-up on Cabaret Recordings is similarly fluid and far-sighted in tone. It contains a brilliant fusion of loose-limbed jazz breaks and early Warp style "bleeps and bass" (the fantastic "Damenongiveme"), a rolling but spacey chunk of early Black Dog-influenced techno-funk ("Psygan"), a couple of slabs of moody electro and the quirky, Luke Vibert-ish IDM quirkiness of closer "Omar Belka". In other words, it's a pretty tidy EP.