Berlin outfit Mjutah return to the game with an EP so rich with ethereal ambience that it would only seem suitable to be titled Nebula. After the acclaim of their debut release Horizon earlier this year, Mjutah are stronger and more prepared than ever as they once again team up with Concorde Club Recordings. Title track Nebula creates the space from which the EP unfurls and resonates into life. Gathering with purpose and drive, 'Nebula' merges distant percussion as it breaks off the beat and collides with sweeping synths. The alluring vocals of Solaris are the real standout feature of this engaging journey. Utterly tempting, the track is lead by strong piano chords that scatter and reverberate across a punchy bassline. Following up is Orbit, a deep moving track with much to give within its depth. Aery vocal samples come and go as if they were picked up and carried by gusts of wind. Rushing synths flirt with guitar lines that become more prevalent as the track builds. Sealing the deal is the endearing closing track Moonlight. Rich and engaging vocals once again make a return as they help cradle this delicately balanced fusion of pulsing synths and quirky padwork.