Starting with one of the highlights of 2017, Jhator by Zu in perhaps their most ethereal venture yet, and a bold new trajectory for musicians and label alike (HOM) – a pensive, mind-expanding foray into abstraction and wonder, rich in cinematic ambience and transcendent, transformational power. Consisting of two extended pieces, this is a work that connects Zu to their antecedents both spiritual and musical, whilst forging forward in the manner of no-one but themselves. And it perfectly paves the way for a collection of genre defying tracks, somewhere between noir cinematic soundtrack and experimental electronics.