Review: Sardinia's Dusty Kid was riding high in the minimal tech house scene of the late '00s, not least when releasing his career-best LPs on Boxer Recordings. Now he's returned to his 2009 opus A Raver's Diary to give it a first vinyl pressing on his own Isolade label. This is music that will take you right back to the era, all psyched-out synth patterns and rolling grooves for the big room beatdown. "Lynchesque" is from the same school of pitch-sweeping freakery that made Marc Houle's early records seminal, while "Klin" and "Cowboys" both bring a more melodious tone that will be giving people some strong nostalgia hits for sunkissed Ibiza terraces. Timeless club tracks of the highest caliber.