Reminiscent of a more colourful Eat Static at times, this album is a bustling mix of psychill, world fusion and dub. It's mostly midtempo, but even the slowest grooves are so deep that I feel like dancing to this all the time. Adding healthy doses of acoustic instruments and percussion to the electronic music adds an organic and lively feel to this "feel good" marvel. An album to be treasured, not to be missed.
Bloody marvelous. Could quite easily be considered East of the River Ganges part two. Lots of variety, some dub, some dance, some hindudelic beauty. Much love to Arqa and the Liquid Sound clan for bringing this to life.
Favorite track: The Truth Lies Therein.
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For me, it reminded me of trips that I'd had, where sounds were weirdly distorted, like this track
As always, fellow space monkeys, put on your headphones, and wiggle them into position, so you can easily discern the left/right separation. Love. brian0scattergood0
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Capable hands guide one through a melodic landscape, yes even on repeat, the soundscape becomes only more profound, the unexpected now part of a deeper rhythm, the high scale embellishments become more integral, the whole is simply transporting. Greg Hunter explores, understands and communicates the musical wavelength. Joy.results. freewheelindave