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Where We Will Be
LPH 062
07 Dec 18
Jan B10 - (6:49) 107 BPM
Umi - (7:53) 115 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Lost Twilight - (5:22) 136 BPM
Left Lifeless - (8:25) 90 BPM
Where We Will Be - (11:17) 156 BPM
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Review: "Where We Will Be", Zenzizenz's decidedly horizontal debut album, marks a significant departure for Brooklyn imprint Let's Play House. While it does include some suitably hypnotic, soft touch beats and leisurely, bongo-driven grooves, it's decidedly ambient in tone and execution. This is no bad thing though, as the five collected cuts are little less than delicious. Those with a keen knowledge of 1990s ambient and IDM releases will particularly enjoy it, with the deep space fluidity of "Lost Twilight" and the ultra-deep ambient techno hypnotism of "Jan B10" recalling some of Pete Namlook's most mesmerizing works. We're also big fans of the ultra-blissful, "Adventures Beyond The Ultraworld" style goodness of "Left Lifeless" and the Gaussian Curve-esque wooziness of "Where Will We Be".
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