Mikkel Metal returns to Copenhagen’s Echocord. Here though we see Mikkel deliver a mini album concept in the shape of Just Enough Light and opener Awake perfectly sets the tone with emotive, dynamically unfolding atmospherics, tension building bass drones and spiraling dub chords subtly easing us into the project.
Bregnan then stirs in some classing Dub-Techno tropes with billowing stab sequences, lumpy subs and off beat high hats carrying the hypnotic groove for six and a half minutes. Jech then strips things back to an almost beatless amalgamation of murky chords and modulating synth whirrs.
Opening the flip side of the release is Include which embraces a brighter feel via ethereal pad swells, jazztinged synth melodies and bumpy 909 rhythms before Konkin edges back into the eerie, brooding aesthetic with bubbling echoes, broken drums and menacing bass swells at its core. Restore then closes the package on a stripped-back vibe, laying focus on an ever- eveolving singular dub chord to ebb and flow around thunderous subs, kicks and bright hats.