After debuting with an album's worth of experimental, ambient electronic explorations from the hugely talented NYC based Jason Letkiewicz under his Alan Hurst moniker, the Emotional Response label maintains such high standards with their second release. The focus shifts to Timothy J Fairplay, a UK producer whose growing discography is proving to be impressive too. Ears should still be ringing to his World Unknown released homage to Ancient Egypt's predilection for psychedelic drugs and its little surprise he's been hand picked for the debut release on Sir Weatherall's new vinyl initiative Bird Scarer. The four tracks that make up Somebody, Somewhere retain that dubby mid tempo poise that permeated Fairplay's output to date, though he seems to revel in the freedom to experiment Emotional Response encourages, focusing more on developing expansive patterns of synths on tracks like "Aim for The Yellow Sector" and the title track. Special mention too for "I Do Not Believe" which comes on in a Deep Medi doing digidub style!
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