The whole album is incredible, Renard has become a master in the electronic genre, however the last half of the record really shines, climaxing with Tweesee Smiled, which is probably the best song Renard has ever composed.
Fantastically idyllic EP clearly inspired by the lonely coast of Cardigan Bay. Subtle field recordings makes this record particularly sweet and nostalgic, especially for people familiar to the sounds of Wales; Cymru.
Dellux is a master of his genre, probably one of the greatest current electronic musicians to come out of Wales. Great humour and self-awareness in his work along with amazing production and great MCs makes this LP a very enjoyable experience.
Quite a versatile EP consisting of a three-bass attack that can be enthralling in sections but can leave the songs feeling shallow. The vocals are something to be commended for as it lends itself to the distinct style this record has.
II swaps-out the crunching riffs of the début album for a more mellow affair. The album also includes less singing and uses the vocals more as an instrument, in the background; hauntingly creating vivid soundscapes that Weedpecker are well-known for.