In moments of doubt, you have to have faith. So when you’re stumbling through yet another sub-standard electronic act desperately trying to pass off their half-arsed, knocked together in 5 minutes musings as the next big thing in music, it pays to remember the times when you do actually find a gem. So for everyone who’s foraged through days worth of aborted synth work, it takes a guy like Oli Shilling to put it all into perspective. If you’ve got a degree in music or whatever, you’d probably be able to analyse why his work under the name Comodo is better than 99% of his competitors, but until that lengthy essay arrives through the inbox, let’s just assigned his skill down to magic. His EP has an incredibly misleading name – for something titled ‘To The Sun’, this is a work filled with dark, bassy beats, with stark space being as much of a characteristic as the confident use of distortion of samples. Lazy comparisons have been made to James Blake – though this is only similar to JB in the same way Blink 182 are similar to Lovvers.