A certain reflective mood is masterfully displayed on Drugsherpa. Twenty minutes long, the title track is a hypnotic, ever-shifting piece of noirish electronic music that sounds as fresh today as it did two decades ago. It's quite striking to detect the influence of this track on the great Shackleton (who has repeatedly declared himself a huge fan), and listening to Drugsherpa just confirms, rather impressively, how far ahead of the game Jones really was during the mid 1990s. The rest of the tracks of this now expanded, hour-long album consist of remixes of other Muslimgauze material that was found on the same tape, and on which Jones re-contextualizes, dubs out, echoes, or simply extracts previously heard music and sounds. But the real highlight remains the title track, which slowly builds towards mind-bending momentum before fragmenting in gloriously shattering pieces.