Mitekiss' debut album has been long-awaited since the announcement that he signed onto the legendary Hospital Records. Well, it was worth the wait. Crate Six Seven is unique, deep and incredibly well-balanced piece of music that'll have you enraptured from start to finish. The title track is particularly good, an impossibly deep and delicate track that leads into the album in an ideal fashion. 'Farmost' featuring the vocals of Emer Dineen, an outstanding vocalist who was on Logistics' album earlier this year, carries on the trend of delicate deepness with a stuttering, jungle twist. 'Lenz' is the darkest of the bunch, a minimal journey that keeps you guessing with its twists and turns, every bar bringing something new to the table. There are too many excellent tracks to talk about but suffice to say this is a candidate for album of the year.
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