The latest release on Kirsti’s impeccable Null + Void label is from newcomer Kilig, who makes a sizeable impression. Drawing from the atmospheric side of electro, ‘Cry’ pulls us in with plangent chords and subtly cut up vocal snippets, before dropping into snappy beats and plunging bass. ‘All I Can See Is Blue’ is even more striking, revelling in a mystical synth figure, while tidy snares and rimshots keep the rhythm moving. ‘A Book Won’t Save You’ conjures a morass of dense found sound crackles, before focusing in on its beats, and ‘Lost To The Void’ is a spacious, ominous number. Refreshingly different.