If you're after a dash of mystery minimalism, step this way. All we can tell you is that Telum is a new, publicity-shy label dedicated to letting "the music do the talking". No names (artists or tracks), just two tasty workouts that have already seen support from Raresh, Rossko and Ricardo Villalobos. The A-side is a surprisingly dreamy, deep space affair, with becalmed, intergalactic pads and bubbly electronics gentky rising above a subtly acid-flecked groove. Turn to the flipside for a slightly warmer riff on the same basic blueprint, where yearning synthesizer motifs cascade down over a tactile but chunky bassline, woozy chords and snappy, machine style percussion. Both tracks feel like the kind to soothe the frazzled minds and aching limbs of locked-in early morning dancers.