Adam Marshall delivered a dynamic, effervescent set for the Ransom Note mix series over the weekend. One part of the Canadian, progressive Techno group, Graze and the head at New Kanada records, Adam Marshall has been making music since the late 90’s, and from his more minimal solo releases to his work as Graze, there’s been a distinctive mood that followed him through his work. This mix sums it all up through tracks that err on the side of some nebulous temperament. Marshall piles layer upon layer, leaving ghostly trails of pieces of familiar tracks from Disco to House over pulsing Techno tracks. The whole mix floats in and out of focus like a sound being blown in the wind, and makes for one of the more interesting Techno mixes we’ve heard for a long time.