There's not much to say. It's his best album.
Vladislav Delay moonlights as a semi-famous dj in Europe, and then spends his sunlight hours as an obscure minimalist with this peculiar name of his. I'm not a big fan of his house music, which is, like most house, bluntly predictable.
But I'm not so much a fan of his album Anima either, which is his best known. Anima is really wishy-washy, despite its awesome cover art.
But here, on Mutila, he mixes his best house abilities, with his more adventurous interests in minimalist abstraction (whatever that might be, exactly) and the glitch movement of electronic.
Delay is someone whose work I like to follow, 'cause he makes such spanky sounds, but it's just that his stuff is expensive here in Canada, and you have to be a bit picky.