Steve Miller's Afterlife project is always a welcomed addition to our charts, especially because we deem his output to be the very best in downtempo and chill, often surpassing most other producers who are surrounded by hype. Miller is the truth, and nothing but the truth. Returning to Subatomic with a new LP, String Theory, the producer is clearly in an explorative mood, and his creative guise has taken on a new form thanks to the addition of subtle house in the mix. In fact, this album is a wondrous as any new material we've heard from peeps like ENO, and it's safe to say that Afterlife has a few lessons of his own. We have been mesmerised by this release from start to finish, revealing to us that there is, indeed, a way to merge house, lounge and downtempo without the end product sounding pre-packaged. Warmly recommended!
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