Back to Dance is just as much fun for the trio from Brighton as their Krautrock from the last albums. The "Artificial Sweeteners" rely on the electronics of Kraftwerk, the New Wave of New Order, the warp aesthetics of the nineties and the disco sounds of modern times, which are somehow vintage again. The main thing is that it grooves all over the place. There the Mussolini dances and the legacy of Giorgio Moroder comes casually to new honors. And "Tetrahydrofolic Acid" has what it takes to become the new dancefloor anthem.