D-Nox returns with his second release on MBF. "Dirty Streets" undergoes quite a metamorphosis from a house to an acid track, using catchy elements and stripping it down to essentials, giving vintage elements a new life. D-Nox uses his experience which enable him to reduce things, keeping them simple which is an art by itself, for those who know. The effect is a really clubby and super strong party tune. "Black Scorpion" is is a perfect counterpart, heavy pounding less light and jolly, much more acting on the darker side of things it developed step by step into a epic track with driving chords being added in the post Detroit fashion (respect to Blake Baxter).