Ten tracks of straight-ahead techno are on the bill for Where's the Music, with much less personality than on 2000's excellent Gain. "Casiotone" is bland electro and "Afterplan" is standard-issue bubbly Detroit techno, while the few highlights (like "On a Day") recall latter-day productions by labelmates (and mates) Slam. The standard-issue sound on Where's the Music is even more surprising considering veteran producer Mark Broom makes appearances throughout.
Where's the Music Review
by John Bush