It‘s all in the details, they say, and with Richard Davis‘ third full-length, they couldn‘t be more right. At once an intimate and a social affair, from studio to the salon to the dancefloor, this album plays out as both as both the perfect blend of minimal house and a real deal artist album. Deep grooves, yes, but there are lyrics too; and they don‘t suck! The disc goes somewhere between Deep Dish and Swayzak, and even subtly nods to Brian Eno/Bowie‘s “Berlin Trilogy”-how appropriate for an Englishman who has also made Berlin his base of operations.