In ways this reminds of one of Double Dee & Steinski’s cut-up’s from the mid-eighties as different elements cut in and out of view while leaving the echo of their own indelible stamp. Which in this case ranges from warped piano to jazzy interludes colliding with smouldering bass and pumping drums. Put it this way it is never boring, not predictable like so much else you will hear today. And despite everything it also does not sound like the past repasted in pound signs. Exciting futures lie ahead.
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