Here's yet another great release from iD.EOLOGY - one perfectly formed EP of finely produced breakbeat, DnB (sort of), trance and chilled dance. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to follow the vocal instruction in the first track, Columbo in Africa, and "dig this". It's pretty easy when a growling bass helps push you along to confront the tense atmosphere created by some subtle cinematic-ish synths that hum gently in the background.
Move on to Who the F is Tyler Durden (a question I often ask myself) and you'll find a rolling, jazzy bassline backed by some very satisfying breakbeats, echoing pianos and horns and a cool descending synth melody.
Imagine changes the mood and style with a very slick and seductive trance track (I think it's trance - forgive my inexperience) that contrasts quick arpeggios with a throbbing synth that tries to get out of time but doesn't, forming a pleasing contrast.
Those tracks are my highlights but all the other tracks sound just as good. In Relectronic, NK has made a very satisfying album - polished, professional and full of little touches that reward the listener.
Album: [iD.032] NK - Relectronic EP