The second release from the new electronic label, Make Mine Music, is another collaborative effort. However, this time it's Bristol collective Schengen who dominate 'EP' having written or co-written all the music on offer. The tracks, recorded live, by Schengen and Portal are a delight. The first, 'Cap itol' evokes comparisons with the alien worlds of Boards Of Canada whilst 'B'Leaf' is steeped in Scott Sinfield's 4AD-style guitar playing and Schengen's Harold Budd-mimicing piano minimalism. Though these efforts are unquestionably the main attraction of the CD, two remixes are offered for a Schengen original named 'Seti'; Weyland's 'On Safari' mix borrows disturbing effects from This Mortal Coil and Innerise opt for the understated, downbeat side. Finally, Schengen go solo with the oceanic, well-titled 'Grace'. Long may Make Mine continue producing music of this calibre.