Morah comes from Athens and his record on Lux Rec mirrors this magnificent, spendid, decadent, rotten and grimy metropolis. A long journey into the greek maze. Unsettling at times, not without fear or dismay. And those noises coming from a great distance away, are of fools, demented, lunatics. The release begins with “Around You, Around Me”, a sparse-but-energy packed fusion of wild acid lines, rising and falling, high register melodies, and sweaty, full-throttle drum machine hits. “Don’t Tear My Soul Apart” drops the tempo, but persists with the bold electronic riffs (it’s kind of like the original 1988 version of The KLF’s “What Time Is Love” after a session smoking crack), while standout “It’s Been A Long Time” whips off its shirt for a muscular dance around the altar of mid-80s EBM.