Mothboy's second full length album, Deviance is a very mature work in which his very bass heavy beat get adjusted to a new, faster tempo, and conjugated with more diversity and voices than ever. A very varied, personal and massive work, adding a solid stone to the Mothboy discography. Mothboy's second album translates onto record what this artist has been showcasing live for the last couple of years: massive frontal low ends and booty-techno, deep kicks, shuffling melodies and hip hop sensibility. Faster, heavy and more dance floor-oriented than ever before, Deviance also demonstrates Smerdon's careful production, in which he juggles a copious amount of bass with crisp and sharp beats. The whole thing is enriched with Smerdon's old taste for jazz, acoustic interludes providing some calm between the storms, or close the album softly with the unexpected and overwhelming.