I can understand, to a degree, why the other reviewer of this didn't like it having first heard Ben Klock in a club. It's that age old arguement with dance and electronica, what sounds great in a club isn't necessarily going to work in a domestic situation and vice versa. I wasn't sure to begin with myself, however there were enough barbed hooks on even the first play to bring me back to this disc for a second and then a third listen, until it's subtle magic had pulled me in completely and is now a regular listen. There are definate flavours of Aphex, Orbital and others in here but it has enough strength and character of it's own to be a really rewarding listen full of shadow and light. The first track, "Coney Island" mixes stabbing, ominous string samples with a beautiful rythme that only seems to rise up and be really heard after a few listens and "OK" would surely fill any dancefloor given the volume needed. I'd recommend this to anyone who likes Monolake, Aphex, Basic Channel,early Plaid, etc. Looking forward to "One" becoming "Two".