Given the obscurity of its producer - his most recent EP dropped way back in 2012 - many people might skip past this debut album without giving it a listen. That would be a mistake, though, as Life In The Clouds is actually rather good. Largely ultra-deep, spacey and unmistakably electronic in outlook, it effortlessly flits between dreamy, tech-tinged deep house, sprawling downtempo piano jams, horizontal dub techno workouts, and - in the case of the rather fine "Stain" - luscious organic house. The album also comes bundled with a terrific, 12-minute rework of the title track from Sebastian Mullaert, who somehow makes the dreamy original even more intoxicating.
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