We’re all about new artists coming through on their own imprints, so Ludwig A.F. Rohrscheid’s debut, the glorious Velocity, is very much welcome on our charts. The title tune itself is a brilliant bric-a-brac blend of broken d&b in the same tone as PLO man, and of LTJ Bukem before him, which makes for a fine addition to any dance set; “Xenon” closes the A-side with a bouncy, full-bodied house bass driven and charged by a rusty analogue beat with a sublime swing. “Helium” is more of a hands-down dancefloor attacker, looping constantly to the sounds of a distant flute, and “Exoplanet” plays with a similar swarm of sounds, twisting and lopping them endlessly amid a void of beats. Nice touch.