Green Eyed Monster (feat Emma Lou) - (4:34) 140 BPM
Heartful Dodger - (4:36) 144 BPM
Same Road - (3:55) 140 BPM
Letting Go (feat Emma Lou) - (4:00) 140 BPM
Lucky Git - (3:54)
Jupiter - (4:51) 140 BPM
NRG - (3:54) 141 BPM
Afrika (part 2) - (4:09)
Midnight Savannah - (4:11)
Kalm - (4:23) 141 BPM
Squeaky Jungle - (4:14) 140 BPM
After rapidly maturing away from the constraints of the dubiously dubbed "purple" sound, Guido's last album Anidea quickly established him as a multi-faceted producer with a gift for highly-evolved melodic content and no fear of poppy hooks. On this album for Tectonic, the groundwork laid out by his early releases has been built upon with tracks that channel that effervescent soul into tightly wound tracks as focused as they are emotionally charged. There are surprising moments such as the heavy vocoder action of "Heartful Dodger" and the doe-eyed R&B of "Green Eyed Monster", but it all adds to the sense that Guido has matured gracefully and kept his finest musical traits intact.
People often ask, "what are friends for?" Well, in the case of Pete Graham, they're primarily there to make killer bass tunes with. Here we get four such collaborations, which prove that sometimes, two heads are better than one. "Who Dat" sees Graham joined by Marc Spence and Chris Lorenzo for some menacing, broken streetlight UKF material, "Wom" describes the moody wobble of this Lornezo collaboration, Mark Starr arrives to perk things up with the garage-influenced house of "Something In The Water" and "Finding Neverland" sees Thomas Graham add some seriously low boom to this booty bass jam.