Word has been spreading across the psy-cosmos of two likely lads dissolving dance-floors into pure states of matter by rolling their sonic soundscape across writhing participants, blowing festivals apart with their combination of delicately energised and intelligently progressive otherworldliness leaving in their wake the commonality of communal immersion. Rumour having it that they go by the name of Techyon, their exploits leading to the intergalactic rangers at Free-Spirit Records seeking out and capturing this new life-force then wrapping it as gift that will never stop giving; a debut feature length album called NG-101. Containing nine pieces of sublime sonic worthiness by reformulating the elements of their live show - the source of their ascension to the status of must-sees. Each controlled, but bristling with restrained ambition, and without the cheap tricks of fluctuating extremities. The peaks are not exaggeratedly high and the depths do not require artificial assistance to reach rather it is the uncoiled pureness of rhythm that defines their sound. Crafted at the hands of men who know and understand the principles of how what where and when. Out now on Free-Spirit Records.