UK label Natural Sciences is dedicated to promoting 'emerging mutants' and this compilation does a fine job of promoting upcoming producers. On the evidence of Volume 1, the assembled cast has a lot of promise. From the slowed-down, warbling acid of Mono-Enzyme 307's "Respiratory" to Sophie Sweetland's mellow, cinematic techno as D.Tiffany, and Antonio's raw hardware jam, "Schhhsch", there is a variety of sounds and styles audible on this first instalment. On some occasions, the artists venture down an unexplored path, most impressively on Aquarium's "November Dub", a dense, textured groove that pushes deep house to its weirdest limits. Here's to more mutations.
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