Although Birmingham's Avrocar have delivered just one album so far, they have chalked up numerous singles and compilation appearances. Adding to their collection is the new 12" 'Guidance', a quite varied six-track collection based loosely around their trademark sound of quiet outer-space electronica. 'Maiden 39' is a throwback to early single 'Screen' featuring a backdrop of skittering beats topped off with a Teutonic whisper. In 'Illustrate A Way To Survive' an aeroplane appears to take off but in the distance there's a gothic choir. The haunting choral motif crops up again on 'Spindles' which is initially more reminiscent of Antony Harding's July Skies project; however when the metronomic drum beats and the odd squelching noises emerge an entirely different sense of harmony is apparent. The fourth track 'Vayleen' is undeniably the most sinister mainly thanks to the distorted vocal delivery conjuring up images of a stalker's telephone message. Overall, ideal listening for those who like to feel uneasy whilst reclining in their customised space shuttle.