Review: One of the gulliest diamonds in 36 Hertz's rough, Jem One has been carving, dicing, splicing and sharpening for years now. You can hear it on every wall-of-sound dynamic, every rusty clunking break, every chest-press sub. Most importantly, you can hear it here on his second album Infinite Circle. A stark, iced-out exercise in dangerous jungle, it uses original roots colours to paint grave new warnings to the world and every element hits with real attention and authenticity; the unforgiving drum militancy of "Deeper", the spine-melting pads on "90s", the sense-blurring cymbal splashes on "Broken Girl". The list goes on. An immense album both as DJ material and as a whole body of work.