These eerie and dreamlike atmospheres have haunted me for nearly a decade since I saw a playthrough of the game this accompanies. Simple yet very unique, ancient yet alien, calming yet uneasy; I find the loneliness this soundtrack conveys hard to explain, so I'm so glad I found this and I'm so glad it's just as impressive to me now as it was all those years ago.
In a word, this album is cool. Doesn't waste your time, doesn't change the game, it just grooves super hard with some atmospheric dnb vibes, throws in some cool elements, then it's gone just like that. Big fan of this one.
The Y2K revival's answer to Machine Girl as far as I'm concerned with glitzy netrave bangers stacked front to back. As beautiful as it is abrasive and to top it off there's a god damn Sonic R sample in here. Absolute earcandy.
I hear ESG/Bush Tetras/Pulsallama style no wave and, like, Real Gone-era Tom Waits with heavy modern technological flavours plus additional spices coming together to make an utterly unique breed of ominous, sexy and hostile atmospheric post-funk that I don't think I could possibly love more. Didn't think this act would outshine their work on Person, and I've never been so happy to be wrong. Insanely excited for more.