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My ear got caught by this from the get-go, its a lush sounding album of nocturnal electronica/ deep instrumental hip hop full of warm bass, synths and loping, staggering beats. 'Raver 5' has that whole Flying Lotus/Machinedrum vibe. 'Let Her' is  darker with a kind of post Burial feel to it, 'Gone' is even better, grainy introspecive cinematic post dubstep warmed by Natash ...

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9/10 Clinton Staff review, 08 May 2014

My ear got caught by this from the get-go, its a lush sounding album of nocturnal electronica/ deep instrumental hip hop full of warm bass, synths and loping, staggering beats. 'Raver 5' has that whole Flying Lotus/Machinedrum vibe. 'Let Her' is  darker with a kind of post Burial feel to it, 'Gone' is even better, grainy introspecive cinematic post dubstep warmed by Natasha Agrama's ethereal, soulful vocal, kind of like Sade jamming with Mount Kimbie.  Loved absolutely everything on this so far, a veritable treat of nostalgic sounds. more downbeat and soulful than, but comparable to Machinedrum's 'Room(s)' or 'Vapour City'. Recommended.  


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