PNut's debut EP leans towards the gritty, bass-heavy, broken-beat style from the UK while retaining a more left-field, dark and experimental techno quality that gives the title track a sinister and tweaky feel. %%u2018Beauty of Form%%u2019 may readily be the %%u2018lightest%%u2019 track on the EP, despite a dark wobble weaving in and out of the acid-synth atmospheres. Ominous lyrics spoken by a little girl call out to listeners asking, %%u201Cwhat does music feel like?%%u201D. %%u2018Wired to the Moon%%u2019 is the schizophrenic step-child that makes this EP a real well-rounded banger along with the two very stand-out dancefloor tracks %%u2018Lucid Dreams%%u2019 and %%u2018Bullshit%%u2019. %%u2018Lucid Dreams%%u2019 has a real bounce to it and %%u2018Bullshit%%u2019, a humorous streak despite yet again retaining that dark and dreamy presence this EP encompasses. %%u2018She Smiles%%u2019 hits on a sweeter note for the lengthy intro of the track, but being almost ten minutes long, it dives into a heavy-hitting stomper weaving male and female French vocals and melodic riffs in and out. With a debut like this, the bar is high for subsequent releases from PNut. Waska Records delivers yet another outstanding release with %%u2018Before the Tide%%u2019; a great, eerie but fun EP.