Having inaugurated their Cambia Instruments label last summer with the collaborative Black Drift EP, Nathan Fake and Wesley Matsell‘s new imprint has now turned loose its second release: the five-track Glaive EP from Fake himself. As we reported when we previewed EP track “Nuuk” back in December, Glaive was reportedly made at home using the decidedly low-tech tools of “a millennium-era copy of Cubase 5 and a hardly glamorous Roland SH-09.”

Expanding on the point, Fake explains, “I’ve always been totally turned off by the idea of owning expensive/high-end equipment, I just want to go on stage with a Dell laptop running Windows 95.” The results of the no-frills approach used on Glaive (which is out now) can be heard using the player below.