After their collaboration at last year's Unsound festival, rumors flew about a recorded work from Interplanetary Prophets, a.k.a. Jamal Moss (Hieroglyphic Being) and Daniel Martin-McCormick (Ital). Planet Mu is pleased to announce they were true. These tracks are the fruits of studio jams earlier this year, edited down into three long, dense pieces. The coupling really works; Interplanetary Prophets feels and sounds like a brand new, fully realized entity. "Burning Chrome" opens the EP, stretching effects and warm, filtered chords over popping drums, designed for deep space voyaging. "Zero Hour" conjures the intention and seriousness of post-punk electronic bands such as Ike Yard or Monoton, Moss's deadpan voice dropping incantations over a stark, hypnotizing beat and whooshing atmosphere. Closer "Running Out of Time" is beatless and cosmic, held together with pulsing bass and quiet breathing while notes flicker like burning embers, occasionally shaped by slabs of synth. These are tracks that mirror their creators, carving techno into new shapes with a nod to the past and a foot in the future.