Fym makes music that sounds as odd as his given name-Manutchehr Ghassemlou. We’re talking a quirky blend of warped microhouse and exotic clicks ‘n’ cuts atmospheres, all of which carry a pranksterish undertow. It’s as if Fym’s angling to make you play the fool on the dancefloor-many cuts on Say No… seem designed to make you feel as if you have three left feet. While most of the 17 tracks on this debut album could slot into DJ sets alongside Sutekh, Si Begg or Pantytec, Say No… also embraces the irreverent spirit of Rephlex Records’ Braindance series. Fym’s playful dance music is (im)pure joy.