It would be fair to say that Infinite Machine has brought nothing but vibes since its first releases began to appear on the cusp of the post-dubstep wave. By that, we mean that they have never failed to provide us with quality new talent from the enlarged bass world, all of it trying to do something to create new purpose and direction for the so-called 'hardcore continuum'. Keru Not Ever is a new, exciting producer who we know little of, but who provides a thorough introspective of his musical mind with this album, Tereza. As you'd expect, this isn't a piece of music with either a concrete rhythm running through it, or one particular sound at its core. Instead, Keru Not Ever builds a world of glitchy, electrifying sonics that clash and fuse beautifully with one another. It's a rich, textural pastiche of noisy ambient music that is right up our alley.