Review: Nearly two decades into his recording career, techno purist Oscar Mulero shows no signs of slowing down. While this may be his first full-length excursion for three years, he's released countless club-ready singles since. Perfect Peace, his fifth album in total, is arguably his most diverse and interesting set to date. It sees the Spaniard expanding his horizons, combining off-kilter dancefloor excursions - think Autechre or the noise-soaked lo-fi antics of the L.I.E.S camp, rather than dark and pulsating peak-time fare - with spooky IDM, angular electro, clandestine ambient cuts and moody soundscapes seemingly inspired by film soundtracks. It's a wonderfully evocative mixture, all told, and in our opinion stands head and shoulders above his other albums.