Glacial Sound debut colder-than-cold (Eski!) producer Sharp Veins with a six tracker of new age grime escapism. Cutting into the first side strong with Inbox Island, bubbling arpeggios build in anticipation while the backdrop paints a vast sci-fi landscape in a similar vein to Kuedo's imagined soundtracks before things go deep with the future Boxed anthem Water Logged which dives into sounds of a slow steppers angle with added piano licks throughout. Closing the first side is 2 Bad so Sad, a rough grime-coated trap number while side 2 starts with Missing Sun stacking a tense atmosphere with more of that early DMZ bass weight while Tanzawa II fully strips back to an early 00's grime skeleton before rounding off with the mnml RNB slide of The Seeing Palm. Killer wares from this one-to-watch producer and a massive recommendation for anyone into the early morning Mr. Mitch or the club-focused Tri Angles.