Gui Boratto makes techno like few people still make techno.
His music is as appropriate on a dance floor that it is in your bedroom, and nothing is left to chance on those very detailed tracks. Gui is a master of understatement, and is able to slowly build up sonic ecstasy that will blow your mind and get you off this earth. While the sound is not as hard at first listening as other production from the Kompakt label (M. Mayer or Superpitcher productions usually sound harder for example), it packs just as much energy when delivered on the dance floor, and additionally it can be listened to in just about any other environment. Chromophobia contain many very good pieces; listing them would ultimately result in the whole tracklisting, so i won't.
If you have a taste for techno, be it to dance to it or only a listening approach in the arms of your lover or a comfortable armchair, go for it. You won't regret it.