In the spring of 2008 Wukimon released their debut EP \'Agni\'. Since then they have been compared to such diverse bands and artists as: Bj?rk, Massive Attack, The Knife, Psapp, Tunng and Steve Reich. The music of Wukimon is indeed difficult to categorize. Just when you think you\'ve got them pinned down as \'trip-hop\' or \'synthpop\' a folksy acoustic guitar comes sneaking into the soundscape and suddenly you start thinking: \"Hey, perhaps this is better labelled \'folktronica\' \". Then to make matters worse the next track turns out to be an experimental, instrumental flutepiece reminiscent of modern classical minimalist music. But as soon as I give up my attempts to categorize the music and just immerse myself in it, I am immediately struck by its sheer beauty. Although each track sounds very different from the one preceding it, all the tracks share one thing in common; emotion. Wukimon takes me on an emotional journey. The sense of yearning portrayed in the first half of the opening track \'Holy\' dissolves into a state of relaxed bliss that continues through the following track \'Flute of Krishna\'. The carefree joy of \'High\' culminates in the screaming ecstasy of \'The Fire\'. The last two songs, \'When the River Calls You\' and the instrumental \'The Bells\', are charged with mystery and melancholia.