Outcast Oddity is part of the Lobster Theremin network, but don't expect the kind of raw and noisy techno that the London organisation is best known for. Instead, on his debut album, label owner Engyn focuses on a more reflective, experimental sound. "Please Let Me" and "Nephal" are dreamy, lo-fi electronic jams that float wispily - but that's not to suggest that Glenwood is home-listening mush. Even on the lo-tempo "No Break in the Clouds" there is a raw machine feeling, while "FArr Irma" and "Moth & Light" are slinky, minimal house cuts. Engyn even embraces techno on "One Circle" and "Stones Near Water", but again it is musical, melodic and slightly melancholic. It's a triumph of the understated over the forceful.
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