After recent exposure on the John Peel show and this fine mini album, the future looks bright for Littl Shyning Man AKA Chris Haworth. 'Hart Of The Wud' is essentially an electronica album but each track is very different, evoking the spirit and ideas of different artists as it goes through its half hour journey. The title track to 'Hart Of The Wud', for example, is busy with beats and folk music, calling to mind Four Tet's "folktronica" style whilst 'The Hart Shapeth Into A Fist' - all intense percussion and elegiac melody - sits alongside Mice Parade's last record. The considerably less frenetic 'Knocternell' moves towards minimalism and precedes arguably the finest track: the colourful 'Hart Broake'; carrying a tune and an emotional weight on a par with Minotaur Shock. The final song even moves towards classical territory before its usurped by tribal percussion. With so many ideas and eclecticism on show, we can only wonder what Haworth will do next.