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|1.||"Have The Guts" (4:32)|
|2.||"Be Good To Me, Poly" (5:05)|
|3.||"Waiting For L" (5:01)|
|1.||"Time To Leave (Can't Mix)" (3:02)|
|2.||"10405 (Alice)" (5:57)|
|3.||"Our Odyssey" (7:49)|
|1.||"Something Keeps Me Real Quiet" (5:47)|
|2.||"Left On Lucy" (feat Huerta) (6:42)|
|1.||"Earnest Kelly" (7:25)|
|2.||"4D Anxiety" (5:32)|
Having spent the last seven years delivering impressive singles on a variety of labels - most notably Aus Music, Secretsundaze and Hype_Ltd - Ewan Smith has decided the time is right to unleash his debut album under the Youandewan alias. There Is No Right Time is a gently expansive affair, with the Scottish producer utilizing both electronic and acoustic instrumentation on tracks that perfectly showcase his diverse range of influences. Contrast, for example, the spacey jazz-house of "Be Good To Me, Poly", the dusty, pitched-down deep house warmth of "Time To Leave (Can't Mix)", and the sparkling, B12 style IDM/electro fusion of "Something Keeps Me Real Quiet"; all are immaculately produced and impressively melodious, but hugely different stylistically. He also joins forces with Huerta on album highlight "Left On Lucy", a glistening fusion of bubbly, synth-heavy deep house, Motor City futurism and sun-bright new age melodies.
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