This second appearance of Detroit-based versatile drum'n'bass producer and DJ Sinistarr on Leipzig-based label Defrostatica, whose focus on more experimental side of drum'n'bass scene suits the searching paths that this interesting guy (featuring many awesome outputs on renowned labels such as Metalheadz, Renegade Hardware, C.I.A., Hospital Records, Tectonic and Alphacut), also came on a very limited (70 copies only) 180g vinyl edition, pressed on a plastic that looks like natural marble. Just four tracks, but enjoyable for the ones searching for something slightly different from known dnb sonorities. The opening track "KNS 2019" (featuring Singapore-born DJ and producer Kiat) heavily resembles the first outputs by New Zealand DNB heroes The Upbeats since its menacing intro, even if there are no connections between them and Sinistarr as far as I know - their paths maybe crossed only in the playlist of many djs -. The notes of sci-fi jasmine on the following "Emo", made with Icelandic polyhedral producer Agzilla, can trap some listeners, as well as the naive gracefulness of "Garden", whose blossoming vocals by Morgan Neimans can vaguely resemble the childish falsetto of Allison Shaw, and the narcotized tune of "Torpor" (really amazing the muffled bass defibrillators over the track, as they were intended to revive the track). The original version of KNS comes as a (downloadable if you opt for the vinyl version) bonus as well.