When I first turned on Hèloïse I was hit with a machine intensity that, frankly, I just wasn’t expecting. Like Reznor in his progressive form, Noah Wall quickly makes the shift from angst filled industrial to calm, intelligent electronica. In a similar way to Matthew Dear, only more pronounced. The moments are chosen carefully, the synths placed perfectly and everything, may I repeat, everything is aligned in an architectural manor that cannot be ignored. It’s hard to dance to a dance beat that’s this deadly serious.