That Bradley Zero’s Rhythm Section INTL label is only five years old is remarkable. It’s helped push an eclectic agenda that is commonplace now, but certainly wasn’t as popular a few years ago. What unites the label’s disparate sounds is a freshness. From neo-soul to jazz, garage to R&B, the charismatic output has made names of Chaos in the CBD, announced the arrival of Neue Grafik, and injected contemporary house music with a new sense of looseness thanks to the likes of Prequel. This selfless quest to unearth your new favourite artists is what made the likes of John Peel and Gilles Peterson so well loved in the past. Such comparisons are high praise indeed, but as the breadth and depth of the old and new music on this compilation prove, they are nothing more than Zero deserves.