Depth Affect Arche-Lymb
- Words: Doug Morton
- Label: Autres Directions In Music
Following up 2004‘s Mesquin EP, Depth Affect returns to Autres Directions to drop their debut album, sliding in nicely amongst the recent works of Prefuse 73 and Boom Bip as they steer their electronic/Instrumental/hip-hop fusion into sublime daydream territory. Employing the lyrical talents of the Cyne MCs (City Centre Offices) and Alias (Anticon), Arche-Lymb gets grounded with some serious street-level grit, while tracks like "Blinzeln Blume" and "Castor‘s Lesson" wash away all sense of form in a cerebral tide of synthetic ambience. Not a dud in the bunch-just press play and walk away.
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