As far as album titles go, III isn't imaginative, but it is Boratto's most diverse album. There are still traces of the Brazilian producer's sound of yore, especially on "Stems From Hell", where a mournful melody is expertly teased and played out over a minimal groove or on the grainy, fist-pumping bassline of "The Drill". For the most part though, it marks a departure for him. "Galuchat" is an excellent low-slung, atmospheric house track, "The Third" sounds like his attempt to make an ambient lullaby and at the other end of the emotional spectrum is "Striker" a Gothic, rumbling bass workout. Best of all though is album closer "This Is Not The End": featuring Luciana Villanova on vocals, it's a beautiful indie song -surely it'll guarantee Boratto his deserved place in the pop charts?
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