On a remix of "Wild" (from At the Center), "Postcards," "Maintain Discipline" and "Dummyhead Stereo," Dangers and company serve up dreamy, deep-dish, groove-heavy 21st century dance-jazz. The flutes and bass clarinet are pushed right up front, on top of a spongy bed of electric piano, bass and all sort of witty effects and sampling. Lighthearted and playful, you can practically feel the joy and sense of fun they had laying it down.
Dangers is joined by Ben Stokes, Mark Pistel and Lynn Farmer on all sorts of sampling and drums on two big-beat, rave-ready live tracks, "Shotgun! (Blast to the Brain)" and "Prime Audio Soup." If "Prime Audio Soup" sounds familiar, it should; it was featured in The Matrix. Which is only appropriate--if anyone can negotiate The Matrix and come out looking like a champ, it would be Jack Dangers.