‘Eviment’ is the second release of Sawlin on Delsin off shoot Ann Aimee, made up of three more deep and subterranean techno cuts that play with plenty of textures. Title track ‘Eviment’ is a tortured and paranoid offering that has a nagging vocal stretched out over splashy claps and a foreboding bottom end thud. It’s vast and dark, spare and haunting where ‘Kretze’ is a bigger and bolder track. The analogue percussion and serrated lines all sound old and aged as they mark out a scraping, dystopian vision of a world well away from here. ‘Sour Tear’ has a more syncopated, techno-funk groove but is still padded out with plenty of dubby undercurrents. Sawlin’s percussion sounds are wholly non standard, from clanking metal to twanging strings, everything sounds like a real world sound, which makes his music as arresting as anyone’s, despite being made firmly for the techno backroom.