- Words: Luciana Lopez
- Label: Freerange
Jamie Odell's chops as a producer assure that this album couldn't turn out bad, but the addition of a range of vocalists helps to bring this largely downbeat, soul-packed album to a higher level. On "Left and Right," for example, Capitol A lays down mesmerizingly chilled rhymes, while Elsa Hedburg's throaty singing gives "Slippin‘" a slinking sexiness. A few tracks veer into other genres: The techno-esque "Seventh Wave" has layers of floating synths, and "Love Like This," with Diamondancer, traverses housey depths. Warm, lush, and ready for the dancefloor.
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