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Lushness is a Metalheadz signature, but this album is so atmospheric, it (or at least its first 3/4) could have been a Good Looking release in the late '90s/early '00s. It reminds me of artists like KMC, Rantoul, and Future Engineers who brought programmed drums and a sleeker, techier vibe to atmospheric dnb. The last 1/4 of this album is slightly darker and reminds me of classic neurofunk; it could have been a Subtitles release in the early '00s.
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Holy crap! How have I only discovered this album & the RuptureLDN label in 2020?
There is absolutely no filler in this one and is packed to the brim with amen forward dark brooding emotional drum & bass perfect for the cold winter months.
I rate this album as high as the seminal Metalheadz classic Platinum Breakz, its just that good!
I had to snag the 4xLP version as I need this on vinyl!
The hardest part was to select a favorite track for this review. Kaushik Sankaranarayanan