DJ Ordeal may not be a DJ in the sense of selecting and scratching and mixing records, but he certainly grew up inhaling the aesthetics of turntablism. Similar to Kid Koala he develops this technique into an odd direction, and I'm not even sure that we doesn't work with mp3s instead of vinyl. He uses mostly longer passages of sound from well and sparsely known material to weave his lo-fi whitebread dub'n'funk'n'weirdness carpet. He might agree he's no master of the wheels of steel, but after all, this is really big fun. Those of you who liked the attitude of the early Req works on Skint will enjoy this CD.