Landmark release from respected Swedish experimentalist Andreas Tilliander with his debut album proper Ljud for Mille Plateaux. One of the standouts from the prolific and STILL criminally overlooked period of minimal-glitch from around the turn of the millennium, Tilliander picks up on the trail left by the likes of Oval / SND and processes his own sonic fragments into a batch of lush, emotionally rich, rhythmic distillations that manage to function both on and off the dance-floor. The sense of space and depth underpins the whole thing, occasionally letting pieces develop into a more going 4/4 run, akin to some of Farben's finest hours or the perennial Loop Finding Jazz epic. Although when things turn in on themselves is where it gets interesting, slowly eking out delicate rhythms amidst a sea of introverted pads and glacial drift. Seriously why aren't more people picking up on this stuff!! So, so good.. (NM/VG+ (split split in top)).