Qebo’s second outing Wroln offers the traditional glitch bill of fare of erratic beats and digital noise that drops in and out of time in random intervals. Wroln can best be described as a combination of Alec Empire’s Gameboy pieces and Aphex Twin’s faster paced tracks from "Drukgs, which is very interesting concept in and of itself. However, the problem with Wroln is that is has no variation in that every piece sounds the same; having the same out of time rhythmic pace, digital effects, and buildups. It would have been nice for this album to have some ebbs like an ambient piece or digital noise collage or even a mixture of tempos. Instead, what you have is album that sounds fresh, innovative, and cool right out of the gate, but quickly becomes tiresome and dull to the point where it is difficult give the album a complete listen.