Do not be fooled by the title "Some Kind Of Acid" because it has so many influences and layers from which you can observe it. Infectious dance tunes exquisitely performed where some of you will surely find links in music from 80s and early 90s. Observing his musical progress so far inevitably arises one conclusion, his sound is now much richer with concrete fashioned ideas. Decision to record live sessions with perhaps little or no correction; give his music more prolific spontaneous sound, while remaining true to his musical style. Can we expect live gigs in near future, because that lad certainly deserves it!?