Black Opal presents the debut LP from Jeronimo Jimenez, released under his alias 'aka 'aka. Mundo Harsh features somber, minimalist synth-scapes coalescing with scattering techno patterns into a mature dancefloor workout. References to classic '90s ambient techno can be heard throughout, though they take on a timelessness when refracted through Jim+-nez's gaseous clockwork structures. Tracks like "dioges" and "def def" throw light and shade in equal measure, with the mood oscillating between hopeful and desolate. The B-side runs stranger, breaking at the seams with rusting drones of "jAaz" and finding a final forceful kick with the evil pump of "vibrocalyx," a track made for the dankest floors. Harsh worlds for the individual to witness, a suitable soundtrack to the decay.