When I took a listen to "Atmosphere Processor" I was pleasantly surprised to hear that this was a tune that I recognized right away – as it was played by Appleblim on his FabricLive promo mix back in 2010. Big vintage synth chords blare along with a sliding subbass, while the crisp drum programming and haunted vocal sample keep it all interesting. The B-side showcases "Let Us In," a straightforward technoid roller which features an addictive stab that echoes through carefully edited breaks.
Both of these tunes have a strong nostalgic feel to them. The record sounds very reminiscent of some of Scuba's and 2562's earlier productions around the 2007-2008 era, which is not necessarily a bad thing as most producers have all but abandoned this sound. This release is definitely worth bagging if you are into the deeper, clean and organic sounds of dubstep.