Kristensen’s assured sense of self comes through in the music she has made her own. Tracks that could be bludgeoning in the wrong hands become tactile in hers, weapons to move bodies in unison. The music is spacey and then suddenly sharp as a tack, as breaks careen forward and records spin back. She is not shy of deploying call-to-action vocals, the rush of hi-NRG synth riffs, or ten-ton gabber kicks in the heat of the moment, alongside the rave rinsers, scything electro and booming techno she is best known for. Kristensen is a poster-child for techno’s lean out of its associated black hole, and into a spectrum of colours, textures and light.