Jealov sent over a cut from its upcoming Nyche EP (out October 23 via Mush). The elusive trio—Yann-Alex Janssens, Rick Roels, and Mathieu Seynaeve—hails from Brussels, and its dizzying production style seems to be inspired by the different kinds of UK dubstep made by Burial, Mount Kimbie, or James Blake. "AATO" is a bit off-center, though, dotted with staccato samples of a vocal choir, organs, and horns, but retains an inherent groove nonetheless. Jealov erratically samples bits of R&B and mainstream pop music throughout "AATO," weaving the pieces into the production's fidgety beats.
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