Brendon Moeller's third album as Beat Pharmacy solidifies his position as America's foremost techno-dub producer. His spacious sounds and panned echoes reverberate over a sparse framework of steady kick drums and pulsating, minimal bass tones. Fifteen years ago, his work might have been labeled "ambient dub"-a short-lived micro genre that gave birth to acts like Rockers Hi-Fi and Banco de Gaia. The difference on Steadfast is Moeller's inclusion of overtly Rasta vocals from Judah Fyah, and deep house touches on "Drifter" and "Moog Dub." Rain-soaked synths throughout add a balmy polish. Give this album a steadfast embrace.