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Album Review

At six tracks long, Jega's second EP for Skam is just a track shy of his debut, though not as essential. The first track grafts Luke Vibert's beatbox vocal cut-up from his "Extreme Possibilities" remix onto a supercharged drum'n'bass framework, but doesn't take it anywhere particularly interesting. In fact, the drum'n'bass-oriented tracks are the least worthy here, primarily since jungle's rate of evolution is too rapid for d'n'b dabblers whose tracks end up sounding instantly dated. A pair of ambient electro corkers ("Oak Hanger," "Stainless Steel Drum"), however, as well as two short-ish downbeat/electronica sketches, make this one worth tracking down.


Born: Manchester, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Mancunian Dylan Nathan is one of a generation of artists to begin producing electronic music inspired by U.K. artists such as Orbital and Aphex Twin, but without having much interest in or contact with the British acid house explosion from which those artists originally issued. Recording under the name Jega for several prominent labels, Nathan's well-composed hybrids of new wave, electro, ambient, and drum'n'bass are widely lauded in the international experimental electronic underground; his releases...
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