Wednesday, June 28, 2006
The vocals really make this release, throwing words as potent conveyors to a structure supported by skeletal electronics that erupt along a frighteningly pleasing and spacious melody.
In some places glitchy, the tunes are fractured enough to evade predictability with their continuity cut sharply into focus - trimmed to the bone.
The vocals evaporate towards the end of the album replaced by technological debris that washes over you in an itchy broken pulse of a beat. Only faint echoes of 'Come On' can be heard slipping under the distant waves as you are compelled to play it all again.
Favourite track: Love them, Hate Them
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Posted by Cloudboy at Wednesday, June 28, 2006