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The Inheritors

Format: CD
Cat: 40B CCD
Released: 21 Jun 13
Genre: Experimental/Electronic
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Tracklist
Side 1
1. "Rannoch Dawn"
2. "II: A Circle Inside A Circle Inside: II"
3. "Renata"
4. "The Caterpillar's Intervention"
5. "Sky Burial"
6. "The Illuminations"
7. "Inter-City 125"
8. "Delabole"
9. "Seven Stars"
10. "Gone Feral"
11. "The Inheritors"
12. "Circle Of Fifths"
13. "Some Respite"
14. "Blackpool Late Eighties"
15. "Self-Playing Schmaltz"
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Review

James Holden's career trajectory has been odd, to say the least. Having found fame as a fresh-faced teenaged progressive house producer, he's spent the last decade distancing himself from his early work (and, arguably, doing the same with his Border Community label). The Inheritors is his first album for nearly seven years, and you can tell. Whereas his debut set, 2006's The Idiots Are Winning, was rooted in tech-house and minimal - albeit with a sprinkling of IDM tracks - The Inheritors is a wonderfully out-there, atmospheric and occasionally uncomfortable set. Rooted in IDM, drone, ambience and leftfield beats, it flits between nightmarish oddness ("Sky Burial"), wide-eyed fluidity ("Inter-City 125") and intense, lo-fi electronica ("Seven Stars").

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