The Gasman is a bit of a worrying talent, to be honest. This is because he seems to drop quality whatever the genre he goes for at any one time, and each and every album that he's released on Planet Mu has been more than memorable. This time, however, he experiments new pastures on Onomatopoeia for the label's 16th instalment, and he's got 12 cuts of supreme balearic-driven machine funk. Preferring to keep to the hybrid formats, Aeriform does't deal in concrete genres, and tunes like "Trip", Zports", or "Inventions" could be played by anyone from Lovefigers, to Theo Parrish, or even Skream, and that is exactly the sort of album we're into. Sickness y'all!
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