Techno is often an over-serious genre, so listening to the first Italoboyz full-length is a breath of fresh air—the duo crafts rich, funky tracks that are full of humor, esoteric influences, and the London transplants’ penchant for intense rhythmic play. A prime example is found on “Chinese,” a piece that utilizes extensive bits of Chinese-influenced piano, cut-up vocal portions culled from Chinese language instruction software, and jazzy house percussion that shimmers in just the right spots. “Techno Tower,” on the other hand, recalls a more playful Gaiser, but it is “Bahia,” a hypnotic techno slice based entirely on licensed John Coltrane loops and deep kicks, that really stays with the listener.