Junk Runner logs back in with two raw compressed live hardware collages of 90s rave samples. As I Step filters into a relentlessly sharp-biting chord progression with a tight drum sequence and deep phasing bass. On the other side, Let It In - a near footwork leftfield rave take - swells between the sparse vacuum of the low end with broken down fills, spastically driving stabs, and a percussive pitch-surging bassline. Surviving in an honored mixed-aesthetic of raw ghetto house and the harder Drexcyen experiments, Bifurcation Point seems to refuse to participate in a politics of rhythm and the oscillations of rational ecstasy while remaining an unstable fluctuation in the reverberating circuits. That is to say noise is instability or the point of bifurcation.