We're tempted to conduct a water analysis on what's going on in Romania as it seems that music coming from there has always something uber special. After the amazing release from TC Studio, we have another new comer, Nu Zau who slams it down with a heady album titled "Primu E De Proba." All tracks have this really heady, spaced out approach of making loops that just dig their way to your subcouscious thought and insert a ear worm that might be there for a while. While tracks like "De Vreme" have a more subtle and sub-bassy approach where all little details count as a important object of a whole universe. Nu Zau draws very precise lines topped with shimmery dust and in a track like Danser, we believe there's a new approach for what might bring people together to danse. Killer basseline in "In Sol" will certainly work at all time.