I saved this tape until an actual long weekend before I reviewed it. Actually, that wasn’t intentional at all, but it is Labor Day weekend and there’s tons of incoming students here so it’s hard to drive around town. Anyway, this is a 4-song tape of lo-fi techno. “20Wenty” starts things out with 7 minutes of 4/4 beats with squishy Mouse On Mars-like textures. Lots of noises buzzing and careening about a standard house beat. A short, thumpy, awkward track that seems to have a few different titles fills up the rest of side A. “Soccer Museum” opens side B, and is probably the most straightforward track on the tape. It builds with a relaxed, unhurried beat, and adds some filtered, undecipherable vocals. They might not even be vocals at all, just a keyboard sound that sounds like vocals. Some buzzsaw bass pokes though, but the track stays pretty minimal. The title track ends the tape with some more slippery, ramshackle beats fashioned after classic house grooves, and the track seems to stutter to a close.