Boomkat Product Review:
Indigo returns to the fray in fine style with a double pack of robust new material including two Synkro remixes. 2010 was a quiet year, release wise, for Indigo, but in the last few months alone he's appeared on Exit's excellent 'Mosaic' compilation and remixed Illum Sphere for Tectonic, both building anticipation for the 'Zero Point EP'. Inside, you'll be glad to know, he's as versatile as ever, stepping between tempos and vibes with a beautifully overarching and deeply soulful agenda. The first plate scans uttural, clinically arranged halfstep on 'Creep' and dextrous, darting Dubtech on 'Connections', before launching into dBridge mode for 'Zero Point' featuring the ethereal holler of Poppy Roberts and the turbulent Tech-Funk of 'Event B'. On the 2nd platter he brings the real TECH-House on 'Fallen', and deepest Northern cyber-soul on 'Tears VIP', both backed with Synkro's agile 2-Step remakes. Ultimately, in a scene sometimes stifled by homogeneity, Indigo's non-standardised and passionate music stands out a mile. TIP!