Michael Mayer recently described the music of Taragana Pyjarama - a pseudonym of Danish electronica producer Nick Eriksen - as "radiant". It's an apt description. Sitting somewhere between the woozy, off-kilter beauty of Walls and the glistening ambience of Trentemoller's more downbeat moments, with perhaps a dash of West Coast glitchyness thrown in (see "Pinned (Part 1)"), Eriksen's music simply shimmers with crystal clear beauty. As a debut album, Tipped Bowls is highly impressive, marking Eriksen out as a major talent. It's also one of the more enjoyable Kompakt albums of late, and that's saying something. Recommended.