If Baalbek wasn't enough, couple that with Hecq and you get grit one of the finest gritty gut hammering tracks. Baalbek is already one of my favorite tracks on the album. Hecq finds all the elements of the original and explores every detail. The bass synth work is inspired and unworldly. And the drums and rhythms just make me giddy. Truly inspired.
Favorite track: Baalbek (Hecq Remix).
Excellent album of stylish and relaxed electronic sounds, featuring a range of instrumentation, glitch moments, and a strong ambience. Also includes an interesting 20min 'Producers Commentary' bonus from Brian Trifon, detailing the history and production techniques of each track.
Favorite track: Ninth Wave.
All tracks written, produced, and mixed by Trifonic.
Track 1: Co-written and co-produced by MindBuffer.
Tracks 2 and 7: Co-written, co-produced, and vocal performances by BRML.
Track 4: Additional mixing by John Rodd
Track 8: Remixed by Hecq.
Mastered by Mike Wells.
Album image: "Freeway" by Jeremy Geddes.
Like some have mentioned, this album stood out pretty melodic for an IDM glitch type project. Nothing here feels out of place or too messy, and keeps the mood going at a steady pace. It's difficult to play just one song without wanting to play the entire album from beginning to end. Easily one of the prettiest and most hypnotic albums I've heard. Kris Aroo