|1.||"Porcupine Meadow" (7:36)|
|2.||"Edge Of The Wood" (5:58)|
|1.||"The Toll Gate" (11:20)|
Electro veteran Plant43 (AKA British producer Emile Facey) has previously released on some particularly notable labels, including Frustrated Funk, Shipwrec and Central Processing Unit. Here, he helps launch new label Eudemonia, an imprint that promises to give a proportion of record sales to the Musicians Without Borders charity. Happily, Facey hits the spot from the word go, where the dreamy and otherworldly "Porcupine Meadow" offers a near perfect blend of deep space chords, life-affirming electronics, cascading, ice-bright synthesizer melodies and bustling electro beats. "Edge of the Wood", a deeper and more Drexciya-influenced chunk of melancholic electro, is equally as impressive, while closer "The Toll Gate" - a beatless but fast-paced fusion of swirling synthesizer arpeggio lines and bass pulses - is as blissful as it is arresting and ear-catching.
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