Brussels-based rhythm nationalist Graham Peel aka Paradise 100 returns to the recorded realm after 20-plus months off the grid with a four track EP of "micro fugues" designed to evoke a sense of "hazy ecstatic awe." That's one way of putting it. Like his last SILK outing, 2013's The Loin King, Peel's pieces pulse with tactical patience, carefully Jenga-piling synths, drum programming, and samples (voice, xylophone, etc) into fluid, curvilinear forms spiked with off-sync hooks, stark breakdowns, and filtered acid bass. Northern Seoul spans a quadrant of moods, from sunblind jack to dusk terrace to shattered glass piña colada, "when we wander around a foreign place for the first time." Second time's a charm, apparently. Subtle Seoul-searching by a craftsman out of the lights and off on his own.