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2 minutes ago, Hugh Mughnus said:

Aye, fme sideways that remix is my favourite thing he’s done in like... a long time. 

some really great melody + counter melody type conversation happening in it. and i like the arc of it. it's kind of flawless feeling. 

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Many months after the release I must say, I don't want to miss Terminal Slam and Detroit People Mover. Usually listening to only those. The Squarepusher badassness in TS does not feel old IMO, I love the drum programming there. I'm totally willing to explode starting at 2:29. Much love for the 1/64 1/128 kick effect and the pad coming in at 3:23. And those high speed cymbals/whatever in that section, so good and flawless.

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yeah those are the best tracks on the album for me

 

i remember putting this album on loop the day after it leaked. i need to revisit it though been a bit.

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Paradinas: Strawberry Fields Hotel
Jenkinson: Detroit People Mover
Both simple, lovely, genious

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On 4/13/2021 at 8:11 AM, X4creek said:

yeah those are the best tracks on the album for me

Interesting as those are my two least favourite tracks off the album! (If there was a gun to my head). Enjoy them still but there’s something about the levels on terminal slam that kinda bug my ears & I’m not a huge fan of ambientish anything. This says more about me than the album of course. 
 

this has been my fav album of his in a long time, had it on repeat today with my new DAP even! 

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