Joel Mull, another representative of the Swedish techno community, releases his current vision of what is to happen on the dancefloors. It is different from what his fans know from the early days. Together with Cari Lekebusch and Adam Beyer, he dominated loop techno, which was back then known worldwide as 'Sweden-techno'. Just like his schoolmate Adam Beyer in "Stereotypes", Mull meanwhile strikes calmer notes – even if he comes across more melodic and harmonic than Beyer last year. With his debut single on Cocoon "Harmonautic String", Joel sends us to a journey through the track which is smoothly airy-fairy and thus perfect to dive into the land of dreams after a wild party night. Even when speeding up after a short break with the drums dominating – the track remains harmonic and is designed to dance into the sun in the early morning hours. The B-side appears spacy and melancholic, but again, Mull is able to layer his music so deep and brillant that the basic mood is still vicious with the track still coming along in a magical and elegant way. "Blossom" is exactly the right thing for a cold winter night and reminds of the B-side of Beyer's Cocoon release.