Well this is a new one on me. I've never seen a record where the label was bubbling. Like when a paper gets jammed in the printer and gets wrinkled? Yeah ' like that. There was nothing else with the record but a photocopied sheet with the tracklist and a statement to 'Either join the crew or get beat down!' So I'm expecting some pretty lo-fi stuff. Not that that's a bad thing. From what I could gather, Imaginary Forces is the work of English artist Anthoney J. Hart. His site explains that 'His early electronic dance music beginnings have now moved into a more freeform abstract compositional structure drawing heavily from the early electronic masters as well as literary references.' Sounds good. Let's throw this thing on. This is pretty stripped down stuff. If you wish that the music would just leave the beat and maybe a few samples thrown in here and there, this is the one for you. I would see some of this working its way onto the dance floor (Corner Crew (Frozen Version), for example), but at first I found this to be too stripped down and repetitive for my tastes. After a few listens, though, I can get what he's doing. It's kind of like a really stripped down Autechre, although not as abstract and much more beat driven. Musically, the most interesting track here was 'We've Gone Too Far,' which is an exercise in looping with some sampled voices breaking it up occasionally. You can give it a listen at his Bandcamp site if this sounds like it would be up your alley. This album weighs in at around 13 minutes and is limited to 200 copies.