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|2.||"The Unexplained" (3:15)|
|3.||"Dark Flow" (6:41)|
|1.||"Ring Round Heart" (5:26)|
|2.||"Red Sun" (6:30)|
|1.||"Our Future" (6:02)|
|2.||"Here & Now" (3:37)|
|1.||"So High" (6:11)|
|2.||"Water On Mars" (4:09)|
David 'Trus'Me' Wolstencroft's fourth album marks a sea-change in direction for a UK producer best known for soulful house and techno. This shift is audible from opening track "1979", where a caller to a late night radio show describes seeing aliens at an unnamed facility. The outer space-fixation continues on the eerie sound scapes of "The Unexplained", before he eventually hits the dance floor on "Dark Flow". Here too though the mood favours the otherworldly as ghostly vocals and resonating piano keys unfold over muted kicks. "Ring Round Heart" ventures back towards the hypnotic house sound that Trus'Me is known for, but it's a relatively short divergence and both 'Red Sun' and 'Our Future' see the UK producer push techno into the most far-flung end of our galaxy.
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