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Though he's had plenty of strong releases in the past, this one has the inspired feeling of an artist truly finding his footing a breakthrough, in other words. Whatever the case may be, most of his fans would probably be perfectly happy if he carried on like this forever. --Resident Advisor
Murky, dense, menacing, feral, exotic, and humid, both captured a genre-dissolving iteration of infinitely layered bass decay, a roiling throb so monolithic it makes just about everything else that's emerged from the dark-techno zone in recent years resemble mice scurrying about the legs of elephants. --Spin
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soundscape world. Recorded in Heaven, where something is ever-so-slightly off, "Luxury
Problems" is the sound of angels working their way through rumbling demonic temptations, via
repetition and reinforcement of the celestial dance atmosphere. The light & airy, but eerily
haunting, voice of Alison Skidmore glides on an elevated plane while lower realm grunts and
burbles abound, sometimes steered by earthy trip-hop rhythms, sometimes suspended over an
endless, inviting cavern of darkness. Angelic sensuality and below-the-earth, beat-driven tribal
menace are all wrapped in a provocatively gauzy, atmospheric sheen of David Lynch-ian beauty
and terror. It's an inherently spiritual electronic domain, where the nature of the spirits isn't
always apparent, but the beauty & power of their grasp is unavoidable. Reminiscent of Fever
Ray, Matthew Dear, Vladislav Delay, Gazelle Twin, Sigur Ros, American Horror Story soundtrack.
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Cyberpunk Exotica. Walking down stone stairs, hear the beat reverberate through the walls. Dancers swaying to tracks like Sleepless and Luxury Problems in neon red and blue lights. Read morePublished on April 27, 2014 by Sean Anders
The best album of 2012 in Dub Techno style.
Deep and many-sided experiment of a combination of house and techno is seasoned аmbient.
The last 2 tracks strike on the spot!
i listen to this album quite frequently. excellent, sexy music. good for the walk home from work, the coffeeshop or "to make love to your old lady by." enjoy!Published on December 19, 2012 by publicdefender99999