Field Records (DJ Sprinkles, Szare) present the latest record from Japanese producer ENA. The one born Yu Asaeda composed the ten tracks of Bridge for a documentary, directed by old friend Kenta Iwamoto, that focuses on Japan’s Dejima Bridge. Eschewing the brooding ambiences of previous ENA releases, Asaeda here opts for a mix of found-sound experiments, post-Autechre synth work and deepish-housish loops ala Jan Jelinek. The likes of ‘Opening’ and ‘Shukka (Part 1)’ draw you in with twinkling synths - they’re reminiscent of Kid A/Amnesiac-era Radiohead without the vocals. Despite being conceived as a soundtrack, the music of Bridge proves here that it also works centre-stage.