For the past few years Rabit (aka Houston, Texas based producer Eric Burton) has steadily worked his way up through the underground, via a series of acclaimed 12" and EP releases, each one signaling a shift into increasingly bolder and more challenging territories. He's been at the center of some of the most exciting, emerging electronic 'scenes', sharing ties with both the Berlin based, dance deconstructionists of Janus (Lotic, M.E.S.H.) and with UK based grime experimentalists like Mumdance and Logos. With the release of his debut album, 'Communion', the follow up to his acclaimed EP (and Tri Angle debut) 'Baptizm', Rabit shows no signs of letting up. As a sound designer Rabit has continued to push himself into new and compelling territories, reshaping various 'club' sounds into something alien and unpredictable, but with the release of this album he's heavily politicized his music in a way he'd only hinted at before.