Here is a swirling abstraction of over-delayed electronics and squealing guitar called 'Check My Heart', courtesy of FANPAGE. There are effects aplenty in this one, the whole thing a desolate chattering of inhuman noises set to a irregularly thumping muffled beat, the vocals switching between quietly creeping and yelping, verging on screams. It's so bustling and bristling with sound that it feels like having your brain cleared out by a sharp breeze – oddly satisfying.

The artist is a little bit of a mystery. The only thing I can find out is that her name is Kristina Sundin and she's released music through Fox Food Records before. The label is an independent one based in Mirfield, Yorkshire, and specialises in "handmade, limited edition releases."

It comes from the Fox Food compilation, Because Mountains Are There To Climb.