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Comes with a download code. Dazzling 2017 album ... and his first for Ninja Tune! Rubbery synth loops 'n' shifting soundscapes from the Norfolk producer, for fans of Orbital and Aphex Twin. Cameos by Raphaelle Standell-Preston (Braids) and Prurient.
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Providence: My favorite track on this album. This gives The Sky Was Pink a run for its money. I wish it kept going.. 9.5/10.
HoursDaysMonthsSeasons: Good song. Builds and builds into a synthetic orchestra of sound that is nice to the ears. 7.5/10.
Degreelessness (Feat. Prurient): I love this track! I believe this to be the Fake track to feature vocals. The vocals are minimal but add a touch to the song. This is one of my favorite tracks on the album. From start to finish the song keeps evolving and its great. This is an earworm. 9/10
The Equator & I: Funky start to the track and stays funky throughout. Interesting melody and synthwork. 5/10
Unen: Very deep, dark and synthy. Half way in the sound begins to change a bit but holds true to the noise. I actually thought this song was part of "The Equator & I" at first as the two kind of go well side by side. 6/10
SmallCityLights: A slightly offbeat, sort of 80s feeling kind of funky groovy song that is very interesting to say the least. 6.5/10
Radio Spiritworld: Pure Synth. 4/10
Connectivity: Nathan goes hard with the heavy synth here but with a beat unlike Radio Spiritworld. 6/10
RVK (Feat. Raphaelle): Now this is Nathans first "proper" vocals song. A very different approach than older Fake tracks for sure but I like this song. Its one of the better ones on the album. 7.5/10
Remain: I previewed this song and decided to buy the album. It has the deep sounding synths I particularly enjoy. 8/10
Feelings 2: No question that I hear "HoursDaysMonthsSeasons" in this. Sounds like a very synthy and emotional version. Fitting final song. 7/10