Jealov is a faceless mystery whose sonic collages combine and re-appropriate elements from Earth-rattling dubstep, bedroom soul, modern psychedelia, radio pop, and the sounds found in underground clubs worldwide. From these parts, Jealov has crafted an impressively multifaceted sound. Jealov’s backstory is intentionally vague, yet the group leaves a sonic trail to fill the gaps in our cloudy understanding of it. While members claim Belgium as their homeland, the styles of the multiple divergent European scenes seep into every aspect of their productions. Jealov’s hard-hitting post-dub even implies undercover trips to California and the influence of the LA Beat scene. Despite the fact that their promotional photos show three faceless males, they have artwork and videos that feature equally mysterious women and their music is laced with delicate female vocals. A collective of travellers, Jealov’s stylized promotional materials are full of multinational faces that lend an air of universality to the project. The vagueness serves the group well, complimenting a sound that is alternately dark and light, abstract and concrete, heavy and gentle. Jealov comes to Mush -- merely months after emerging in the blogosphere -- exhibiting extraordinary promise for the future.