Holland's EOD drops his first studio album, Named, on the ever-impressive bbbbbb imprint, each respective party rarely failing to deliver quality dance vibes, whether that's d&b, electro, or some straight-up tech-gabber. Well, the truth is that there's a bit of each of those elements on this LP and, much like the pioneering styles of artists like AFX, Boards Of Canada, or even Squarepusher, it sounds like it's been made with a truthful ear and a keen attention to every sonic detail. Jungle is at the core of these fifteen arrangements, guiding the pace and freedom of the drums, but there's also plenty of abstraction amid the breaks, whether as sample glitches of drones, making it particularly singular. To one and all, this is an album which should not go overlooked. Tip!
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