There are two trends in electronic music – a chilly, eerie minimalism preferred by the experimentalists and an expansive, room filling maximalism preferred by more mainstream electronica artists. In the case of Los Angeles-based artist Alek Fin, he prefers the sort of chilly, eerie minimalism that gives eerie vocals room to echo, bounce, float and even sink within the beat, much like the work of Beacon, Bear in Heaven and others; however where Beacon’s material dissipates into the ether, like smoke, Alex Fin’s material, which you’ll hear on his debut EP, Mull slowly and gently unfolds  

Although the EP is about 6 minutes long, it leaves a haunting and uneasy impression. It comes and goes like a fever dream.