Boomkat Product Review:
Planet Mu welcomes US junglist SumOne to the fold with a sinisterly affected single of refried Burial style steppers and Breakage shaped forward D'n'B. 'Oblivion' makes no bones about it's influences with a Burial styled dark and ethereal stepper, all clocking woodblocks and grimy textured atmospherics with serious darkside overtones that will sit perfectly next to your S.Y.N.K.R.O records or the brilliant Spatial 10". 'Hide Your Faces' is one for the clandestin warehouse crew, with an electrified revision of Breakages junglist reductions formed from staggered snares and liberlally applied delays, while 'Sad Spirits Meditation' combines melancholy Mu-ziq - alike IDM melodies with tricky percussive rolls for intricate stepwork. Final track 'Hell is...' reminds us of the brilliant Amit, with a mean halfstepped D'n'B roller displaying some impressive subbass prowess and frankly evil atmospherics descending into voodoo junglisms. Fans of Breakage, Amit, or Burial will adore this record.