The ownership course 'Intra' opens with an enticing cadency that persuades the listener while layers go on with to erect, mingling with effectual synth and pumping bass. Brainchild of two inexperienced erotic and likeminded artists, Anagram, an Amsterdam-based tag established at the end of 2013, takes its experience in the place delivering techno with a modern yet exciting miscons. 'Crystalline,' featuring the mystifying lyrics of Barbara Ford, opens undeviatingly into a throbbing bassline and progresses persistently everywhere in the monitor letting the spokesperson leader you throughout the darkness. 'Heading for the Sun' dives into an zesty synth which intensifies the breath, combined with jacking hi-hats that when one pleases send anyone undeviating to the leap down, this uplifting track seems to be fulfilled for near the start morning sunrise sessions. 'An Odyssey,' a superficially fit decisive monitor, eases the perception letting it digress via a abstracted acid wrinkle. Co-sobriquet possessor Sinfol, returns to Anagram after releasing his inauguration EP 'Fluctuating' go in 2014, now with his following unloose 'Intra' which provides us with four exact techno cuts that dip into the limits of dub yet showcase the variation of the artist. In not four tracks Sinfol is competent to showcase his gift to trekking via divers emotions and soundscapes provoking scrutiny as to what is to draw nigh next for this unsophisticated description; as their talents and catalog start to burgeon their next releases last will and testament open to tempt an set broader spectrum….