James Kumo may have a small back catalogue, but he can be relied on to produce tracky, hypnotic techno. "Indigo 2.0" is a perfect example of his ability to deliver streamlined grooves. A rolling bass-heavy affair, it features subtle filtered builds primed for the floor. "Indigo 1.0" is more haunting, as evocative synths lap up against a dub-infused slamming rhythm, while Kumo explores a different approach with the title track. Like "Indigo 2.0", "Snakes" is also based on a rolling groove and veers into darker territories, with a menacing, growling riff combined with doubled-up reverberating claps. The EP ends in more reflective mode, with building acidic bleeps interspersed with slivers of metallic percussion on "Cloned One".