Maltine, the netlabel distributing all sorts of electronic music for free, continues to inch closer to their 100th release. They currently sit at 93 thanks to 909state’s recent Piano Lesson release, a brief three-song dip featuring two original songs and a remix of the title track. 909state’s music gets labeled techno and it’s a pretty fair decision – here and on previous releases for Maltine, 909 drips glowing synths over club-ready beats while gradually adding and subtracting elements to give these creations depth. Piano Lesson isn’t remotely a flawless offering – the track “It’s More Fun To (Family) Compute” tries its very best to make me want to take a screwdriver to my laptop speakers. Thankfully there is the title track, a much more enjoyable trip. 909 starts the tune off by bathing the whole thing in a typical glow of neon synth, eventually dropping a minimal beat and some handclap-percussion under it. It surges from there, but keenly never overflows, the trip and comedown done just right. Laser-light dance music made for home use. Listen here.