High quality compressed file. The file includes embedded artist/title info & artwork and is suitable for home/iPod/phone use. Usual price £1.15 per track.
Uncompressed lossless file, with large file size (e.g. 70MB per track). The files contain no embedded artist/title info or artwork but playback is universally compatible on all software/hardware. The usual price for WAVs is £1.65 per track.
Compressed lossless file with very efficient file sizing e.g. 40MB per track. The files also include embedded artist/title info & artwork. Playback, metadata and artwork are moderately well supported (but not for iTunes, iPod or Windows Media Player). The usual price for a FLAC is £1.65 per track.
Compressed lossless file with efficient sizing e.g. 45MB per track. The files contain artist/title info & artwork, and while not widely supported for playback at present, they are compatible with iTunes/iPod. The usual price for a ALAC is £1.65 per track.
Uncompressed lossless file with a large file size (e.g. 70MB per track). The files include embedded artist/title info and artwork in iTunes and some others, with playback universally compatible on all software/hardware. The usual price for AIFFs is £1.65 per track.
From his awesome artist name to these left-centric bass cuts right through the delightfully strange artwork of this debut release, Ihuntandkillaliens definitely seems like the type of guy you'd bring home to your folks. Not as a prospective partner, but as an example of a role model guardians just can't provide. Clearly a man with the penchant for the jazzier elements, "Flight & Duty" rolls with synths swiped straight out of Detroit while "Hard" comes complete with stark piano hammers before dropping into a jukey, Sinistarr-style switch. Deeper again we hit "Dead Progression", a slumber-cut that wafts with isolation tank style pads and beats so far away you need binoculars to find them. Finally we hit "Quest", a twisted jungle homage that's laced with more ice pads, zone-out bass and a breakbeat that rattles like a pocket full of gold deblumes.
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