Review: Skjold returns to Edit Select with a spellbinding release. The tile track is an ominous, droning affair, its layered tones as dark as a winter's night in central Europe. "Modern Minimal" sees Skjold push in a more evocative direction, with a reverberating, two-note bass providing the backdrop for eerie tones. On "Radial" and "Stellar", the Viennese artist drops lean, sparse grooves that are led by metallic percussion and rolling drums. Meanwhile, "Tunnels" sounds like Mike Parker caught in a wind tunnel, with dense tones overlaid with atmospheric textures; closing out an exemplary release is "Invariant", where a rolling rhythm supports a cacophony of found sounds.