Drew Haddon has been recording music under the name Warning Light since 2004. A former member of Atlanta's dance punks Roman Photos and psychedelic synth duo Tree Creature, Haddon has gone on to curate his own tape/CDr label Persistentmidnight and work under numerous monickers like High Marks and downers. XXXI is the third in a trilogy of albums Warning Light has recorded for the Stickfigure label, but is a marked departure in terms of sonics and arrangements. After the pastoral ambience of his debut Further On and the experimental eclecticism of Wild Silver, Haddon spent several years refining his techniques and rethinking his music. The first result was the loop-oriented minimalism of The Lost Patterns, released on DKA as a cassette earlier this year. But the true flowering of his new approach can be found in the six tracks of XXXI, a rapid fire collection of Krautrock inspired electronic music. The music on XXXI still ebbs with ambience, but more importantly it flows. XXXI is an album of movement and rhythm, somewhere between synthetic soundtracks and motorik electronica.