October 5 street date. First incursion of Tom Demac on Kompakt, White Flowers sees the British producer joining forces with London's Real Lies. The three cuts on White Flowers ooze a fine alloy of quick-consumed ecstasy, fresh heartbreak and shivery consolation. The lead-track essays forth into deep, string-laden minimal techno terrains as the languid voice of Kev Kharas adds another dimension to the instrumental picture. Pushing into a breaks-heavy, more openly club-ready direction, Demac's "Felix" further emphasizes the groove with a rousing blend of 303 bass and synth-y glitter, before the ambient version of "White Flowers" provides a plain melancholic note.