When it comes to top class releases produced by artists who were already being brilliant when some of us weren't even born, it doesn't get any more legendary than the great Oliver Lieb. Renowned and gaining heavy respect for former projects like Spicelab, The Ambush, Paragliders, L.S.G. and remixing the likes of Moby, Yello, Human League; Sydney label Elektrax Recordings is proud to present the electronic bigfoot to it's label with a 4-track release, called 'The Prophet EP'. The title track is a hypnotic affair, with dreamy pads layering over a stabby, dark droney percussion, which is surely to work on the floor. 2nd track on the EP, 'Disease Carrier', takes the bull by its horns, and instantly draws you into its darkness. With it's oldschool feel, it's sure to carry over the disease of dancing over to the dancefloor. 'Fatal' kicks off side B, it's high-pitched stabs and 'Plastikman'-like percussion patterns are a sure shot to mayhem in any club. Lining up for the remix, and also completing this piece of wax, is the even so legendary mr Angel Alanis. Taking the title track 'The Prophet' into deeper waters, he delivers a somewhat more dubby approach to the original, making it an awesome build up track to a peak time set.