The Taalem label circulates its music in various ways. There are CD-Rs, FLAC files, a streaming radio station. No MP3s, aside from excerpts, but since we’re talking about Taalem, we’re talking to some extent about drone music, which means an excerpt, at upwards of five minutes, is longer than what many musicians working in electronica would consider a proper song. Case in point, “Jule 0” by Pollypraha, off the Jule album, one of three released by Taalem on Halloween. (Taalem is based in Paris, so this may not have been a meaningful date — it may simply have been October 31.) Pollypraha is Japan’s Takeyuki Hakozaki, and “Jule 0” is an extended, slowly executed wave form, a series of wave forms, really, that strive in loose conglomeration to avoid any semblance of a down beat without ever fully evaporating (MP3). And it — or, that is, they succeed.