In the last time, there is hardly a producer within the field of electronic music who has experienced such a comet-like rise like Burak Sar aka Sis. After his first successful records on 8Bit and Cecille Records, it were his 2008 EPs "Nesrib" (Cecille) and "Trompeta/Clarinete" on Ricardo Villalobos' label Sei es drum that everybody could agree upon. No wonder that the Berlin resident was able to reach the top positions in the categories Best Producer and Best Track in both the Groove Mag as well as in the Raveline Magazine. The mixture of hypnotic reduction and the high recognition value of his sound are fitting perfectly to the label programme of Cocoon Recordings, and thus it is not surprising at all that Sar is able to prove his qualities here, too. "Sceam" is a trip through vocal-like echo chambers that is losing itself within the depth of reverb, its oriental aesthetics being similarly credible as the tidy bass beat is. Nobody else has catapulted Baby Ford's ifach sound into the year 2010 as consequently as Sis did. The flipside "Break Down" is a little more hesitating, a dazzling and percussive Dub-House sensuality from the infinite loop, that makes you look forward to the first album, which is to be released on the artist's own label Cocolino.