If anyone could be ranked as the godfather of industrial breakcore in Detroit, it would be Justin Ivey. The head of the iconic Detroit label Low Res, known for early releases of Bombardier, Snares, and Abelcain among others, Adjust made a beachhead that rippled out into many of us. Yet his own must has only seen a handful of releases, so you only really know how he rocked the party if you were there, in a Detroit loft, listening to him tear up the soundsystem late night, with his unique hybrid of Detroit electro and noisy breakcore. We talked about getting a release out several years, ago, we almost didn't come through as well - difficulty on getting the right album artwork and the ups and downs of running a record label conspired to delay this one almost into non-existence. But Void Tactical wasn't about to leave this one behind. Complete with a solid design by Sansculotte, our friends in Berlin, and a bonus mix available for download or on disc, we are happy to give Adjust the respect he deserves for literally years of work wielding the low resolution mindset of Detroit to a honed presentation. Put this one on and imagine a type of Detroit warehouse party you probably never knew existed, and then look up the Low Res catalog for the evidence.